Now that's dispassionate. I'm not dispassionate and I can't shut off my emotions. They do however get in the way of objectivity. And for me, true objectivity is intersubjective, it takes part in all viewpoints. So in order to be objective with the double-rainbow guy, first I have to grok the experience he's going through in the video, and later I rationally examine my grokking.
I think it would be cool to have that kind of religious experience over a double-rainbow. In comparison, at the time this video came out, I watched another double rainbow video in which the videographer ended it by stating simply, like a news announcer, "And there you have it, a double rainbow." Blah. I would much rather hear some passion about the event because it makes for a much more entertaining and interesting video.
So I don't have the same experience about double-rainbow guy with his unbridled Fi wanting to find the meaning in the experience. To me, this is perfectly natural and human. Saying blandly, "And there you have it, a double rainbow" epitomizes something akin to reductivism to me, as if it is just to experience a thing with no human response, kind of like a Terminator.
How can we be such opposites, you and I?