Here's a simple one, scientifically, will the sun rise tomorrow?
Objectively, scientifically, no.
THE SUN WILL NOT RISE TOMORROW.
Objectively, a mere ball of flaming gas will illuminate the world as it comes into our view due to the planets rotation.
We know this, and yet the subjective view is still the pernicious little thing that drives every word of the sentence, "The Sun will rise tomorrow"
It's the only way we speak of it, and it's completely based on our subjective view and the little lies we've learned since childhood.
Actually for an observer on earth, using earth as the fixed reference frame, then the sun will indeed "rise" in the sky. At least by the usually acceptable definition of the word rise, i.e move in an upwards direction.
This is important, because thanks to Special Relativity if C (speed of light in vacuum*) is a constant for all observers, in all frames of reference simultaneously, then either spatial dimensions, or time are not constant for all observers. Thanks to relatively small portable Cesium atomic clocks, and fast jets, it is actually quite easy these days to show that time is indeed different for observers in different reference frames.
*Actually it also doesn't matter that the speed of light varies in different media, the point is that speed will be constant in that media for all observers in all frames of reference.