No. The concept of "truth" and "falsity" have no absolute
meaning (except to theists). They are always contextually relative as a reading of the epistemology literature will show you. That fact that humans, by definition, have a high degree of common perceptual apparatus and needs implies that agreement
about contextual knowledge is often the norm. Epistemological enquiry must encompass the fact that not all observers are human, and not all humans have the same needs.