There are at least two different, correct descriptions of every single scene.
The proof for this statement is that if there had been only a single description of one single scene, then that description would have eradicated the difference between past and future, that is, he factual now, which, of course, is impossible. The power of words is large, but not so large that it can eradicate facts. (Two corollary facts to this fact is that the speed of light in vacuum is absolute and that time is relative to speed in space, which I hope no-one believe we can eradicate with words.)
The statement that “There are at least two different, correct descriptions of every single scene” is thus true. It means that the ideas of a single “true tree of life” (ie, cladistics) and a “Higgs particle” (ie, particle physics) are false. These ideas simply can’t be true because they are falsified by facts.