(04-01-2013 07:43 AM)ideasonscribe Wrote: Perhaps we should start off with coming to a mutual agreement on what constitutes evidence of somethings existence. It seems that this would be appropriate since this is required otherwise the discussion becomes more of a personal opinion than an actual progress.
I'll start by saying that I believe Physical evidence is not the only evidence that is valid.
I will need to elaborate on this more. But for now (Since I am strapped for time) I will say that Circumstantial evidence can be used to determine the existence or probability of existence of something.
Yes, you will have to elaborate on that more since I think that empirical evidence is the only form of evidence that can be used to demonstrate the existence of something objectively.