Here are the definitions of the words you seem to be having trouble with:
Quantitative: How much evidence - the quantity of evidence
Qualitative: How good the evidence may be - your opinion.
Why don't you look up the words rather than ask me to explain it to you - don't be so intellectually lazy.
You are making a quantitative statement (speaking of the amount of evidence) and then you try to back it up by making qualitative statements (you don't think the quality of the evidence is good) - very illogical.
And what exactly is the unit of measure of evidence that I am expressing a quantity of? You do understand "unit of measure" don't you? You claim that in is inaccurate to say that there is "no evidence" there. If that is the case, perhaps you can tell me exactly how much evidence there is.
I've already agreed to change my assesment from "no evidence" to "non-existent evidence" and then to "fraudulent evidence" to try and find something that suits you. What more do you want?