Do you? You claim I have made a "quantitative" assesment of the evidence. I know enough about the difference between qualitative and quantitative to know that you can't make a quantitative assesment of something that doesn't have a quantitative unit of measure.
You've erroneously interpreted "no evidence" to be quantitative when it is not, and cannot be.
So now you are claiming the amount of evidence does not have a quantitative unit of measure - do you realize how silly of a statement you just made.
Like I said, you can dig as deep of a hole as you desire - your arguments lack understanding of the terms - not to mention your statements lack reasoning - you just want to "win"
We will have to agree to disagree.