Yes, In Many Cases The Absence of Evidence IS Evidence Of Absence

The argument that some nut-job theory should be believed because “The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence” is totally stupid

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David Grace

Graduate of Stanford University & U.C. Berkeley Law School. Author of 16 novels and over 400 Medium columns on Economics, Politics, Law, Humor & Satire.