As a freshman in university I would look at the photos outside classrooms in the Humanities Building.
They were photographs of ancient buildings around the world. My inquisitive freshman brain would ponder if I could put the effort in learning about history of ancient cultures. Something always stopped me. The answer was and is no. Learning in this reality time is finite and infinite. One can only find what is within their grasp now. If as a scientist, one believes that one can determine definitive information with what you collect and determine fact through current technology one would go mad.
Data is endless. Data is based on perspective. Perspective is endless. Therefore, how can history be calculated. How can one declare fact based on one minute piece of data? How can one make a conclusion of a whole based on one minute dot of information?
The spectrum is beyond our mind's imagination. If your perspective is above the data in constant rotation and concurrently in all places at the same perhaps that would be more accurate to view our construct.
However, if you are the "intelligence' seeing the perspective from various points from within the data/experiment, you would have endless views. Thus endless data... thus endless perspective. So on.