posted on Feb, 4 2013 @ 05:54 PM
What constitutes evidence for you?
OK, now I'm curious as to peoples input on this because it seems black and white to me...
Oxford evidence definition
Definition of evidence
1. the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid: the study finds little evidence of overt
2. Law information drawn from personal testimony, a document, or a material object, used to establish facts in a legal investigation or admissible
as testimony in a law court: without evidence, they can’t bring a charge
3. signs or indications of something: there was no obvious evidence of a break-in
SO, for example the Illuminati. "I propose a secret group exists that US Presidents have publicly spoken about who's agenda is known as the New
World Order". I simply wish to say I can provide evidence as to that statement, nothing more, nothing less.
I believe they exist and my "evidence" is only the first example shown. There are FACTS readily available like speeches, book extracts etc that
have deeper context but also mention "The New World Order" its seen everywhere. JFK's speech, Bush Snr's speech and a plethora of other
information that convinces me, but not others.
I'm not the type to force my beliefs on others but unless for example there was a US Court Case trying to establish what I consider "Evidence" as
"lawful evidence" it will simply always remain "just my evidence" and pretty much just my opinion correct? Or is any form of evidence...just
Just because I am convinced and see the "evidence" which isn't that hard, will undeniable facts and conclusive evidence always have to be lawfully
agreed upon officially to be widely accepted.
Interested in what others consider "evidence".. Give an example or expand on mine