Material evidence can be easily destroyed what if

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Material evidence can be easily destroyed What if somebody ate the evidence or the apples just rotted away? Answer: the proof is the underlying fact about the number of apples, the ability to quantify them, and the ability to accurately predict the sum of other groups of apples. The principle of the fact is about numbers and quantification, not apples .
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Connecting evidence to facts [3] The primary difference between logic and reason is that reason is subject to personal opinion , whereas logic is an actual science that follows clearly defined rules and tests for critical thinking. Logic also seeks tangible, visible or audible proof of a sound thought process by reasoning. Another dividing line between logic and reason is that logic is also defined as core principles and the circuit connections that carry out mathematical computations in computers, which do not and cannot reason like people can. Unlike the word "logic," "reason" is also a verb, and it refers to the action of conversing with someone in an attempt to influence or change his or her personal opinion. Therefore, a person can reason with another, but he or she cannot "logic" with another person. [3] WiseGEEK, 2003-2018, “What Is the Difference between Logic and Reason?” WiseGEEK website, at ]
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That is, logic is a method for organizing evidence to derive the truth about the relationship(s) among the pieces of evidence.
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  • Spring '08
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  • Logic, Bob Smith

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