Circumstantial evidence.


Definition:evidence that tends to prove a fact by proving other events or which afford a basis for a reasonable inference of the fact in issue.”Chiropractic gets sick people well” does not even rise to the level of circumstantial evidence, at least not to the degree that convinces enough people to be acceptable to the public. Why is that?.

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