Objective verification exists as a necessary means to verify our understanding of reality, which is limited by our indirect perception of it. We can only experience stimuli from reality, rather than reality itself. This disconnect from raw reality necessitates the use of objectivity, as we have no direct access to the true nature of reality. Instead, we strive to verify our knowledge and label these confirmed understandings as facts. However, our knowledge remains provisional and subject to possible contradiction. Thus, objectivity, facts, and evidence are applied to our human understanding of reality, not to reality itself.