Can you prove me to your skeptical and unbelieving friends? To whose satisfaction? In law courts not all evidence is admissible. That means that some facts may not be considered in the case. This is a legal construct, and when it is invoked the case is no longer about what really happened, but about what the court is willing to accept. In like manner skeptics have determined not to believe, and reject any supporting evidence. Those who are willing to believe see the supporting evidence everywhere they look. In pursuit of eternal truth outside a court room all evidence is admissible.
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