Steph, are you telling us that you reject being bound by facts?
Anyone can do science, in fact we all do science every day without realising it. When you pick up the sugar tin and shake it to estimate how much sugar is in it, you’re doing an experiment. When you look for bubbles in a saucepan to see if the water is boiling, you’re making an observation.
Of course, you can ignore the facts if you wish. The sugar tin might feel light when you shake it and you could hear no moving contents, but you could maintain an opinion that there was plenty of sugar in it anyway. But that might prove inconvenient later when there’s insufficient sugar for your visitors’ hot drinks.