posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 02:07 PM
reply to post by genma
I'm not finished yet, but from what I've seen, you should refrain from the phrase "Conclusive Proof" based on one source and "pieces coming
Conclusive proof is (hopefully) the result of application of the 'Scientific Method' to a stated hypothesis. It should be capable of peer review and
If not; you, your 'source', the hypothesis, and conclusion/result are hopelessly discredited.
Back to the source.
Be prepared or start thinking of qualifiers (e.g. "IMO," 'This seems to show ...', or 'It may be reasonable to conclude ... ')
Beware "offers of proof" with flimsy evidence.