Almost any physical science is the same, from geology to neurology to quantum mechanics. Much of science fiction is Se-oriented, at that - Michael Crichton, Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke. It is only when I get to more subjectively assertive matters (maybe a Rand novel) can I grow bored, because I do not generally view information as something to be idealized. It is something to be discovered, generated and propagated.
Take an experience I had with an INTJ from the forum. Both of us shared an obvious taste for the King series "The Dark Tower". At the very first illumination of conflicting subjective beliefs regarding the themes of the story, I was pegged as being 'wrong', with the ensuing conversation meaning to serve the purpose of who was 'more right'. A user who values Se (or Ne, again) would be highly motivated to explore the variances in perception, it wishes to be shown contrary evidence just as much as it intends to do this for others. Being wrong is part of the sensationalist experience Se values. This is what makes him INTJ and me ISTP - he was closed off to the experience of reconciling beliefs, while my principle drive is to seek reconciliation. It is why NTJ's are valued and skilled as managers; they lack the conviction to reconcile themselves to their environment. Ni makes for very intellectually authoritarian peoples - Rand, Marx, Hitler, Osama, Paul Ryan, so forth. But perhaps I digress.
Earlier I said I would touch back on the subject of Se-inferiority:
"From an extraverted and rationalistic standpoint, such types are indeed the most fruitless of men... They lack reason and the ethics of reason, but their lives teach the other possibility."
"Had this type not existed, there would have been no prophets in Israel."
"Reality has no existence for him; he gives himself up to fruitless phantasies."
"His conscious attitude, both to the sensation and the sensed object, is one of sovereign superiority and disregard. Not that he means to be inconsiderate or superior -- he simply does not see the object that everyone else sees."
These are all more examples of Se-inferiority. Se is the complete opposite - Se demands reality, demands objective experience, demands reason and demands logic. Ni doesn't. This is why Ni dominants are Se-inferior... not because they have the unfortunate existence of being operated by a dynamic parallel processing device largely ill-equipped to handle the complexity of modern existence, i.e. the human brain.