Maybe carbon dated pottery or the like data has led

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maybe carbon-dated pottery or the like) [data] has led to the theory [claim] that humans existed in Saudi Arabia for at least the last 20,000 years. But just like any other theory, the conclusion built upon the understanding of this evidence may be incorrect, and even the understanding, or dating may be incorrect. [Which is another way of saying the warrant is disputable.]
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Facts [2] As we have seen from evidence Evidence a type of information that is either true or false. Fact is a truth that can be proven. Scientific facts are proven and hence can never be destroyed by any means. Material evidence can be easily destroyed A fact is a fundamental reality. [2] Aron, February 5, 2011, “Difference between Facts and Evidence,”Difference Between website, - and-evidence/
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Facts [2] Facts cannot be disputed Evidence can be disputed Therefore, facts can disprove evidence In courts of law, facts are arrived at after investigation or experiment. (Think of how evidence turns into fact, in Slide 2.) Evidence begins an investigation.
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But what about the apples? Remember this? “Adding one apple to a basket with another apple results in a basket with two apples in it. This could be proof that 1+1 does indeed equal 2, but only evidence that 2+2 may equal 4.” Remember this, too: Scientific facts are proven and hence can never be destroyed.
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  • Spring '08
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  • Logic, Bob Smith

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