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Also about Science+166Feeling cold is the universe's laws of physics actively trying to break you into non-living things, amirite?
Also about Science+137Are there any humans here? Or all of them bots? Amirite?
Also by Squintygibberoses4jt+128People who use hand gestures while they talk must knock over significantly more things at the dinner table, amirite?
Also by Squintygibberoses4jt+122If team rocket from Pokémon really wanted to be evil they could easily hold people without Pokémon hostage. amirite?
Also by Squintygibberoses4jt+119Someone needs to come up with a supplement that makes your farts smell nice, amirite?
Also about Science+149Gardeners are the barbers of nature. amirite?
No amount of evidence can prove anything.
Counterexamples can disprove things.
Only maths do proofs.
That said, the evidence supporting the theory of evolution is immense and is a no danger of being disproven.
Science does not set out to prove anything.
It sets out to disprove things, or to fail to disprove them.
The Darwinian Synthesis (that is, Darwin adjusted for what we now know that he did not) is still our best framework for understanding life on this planet: it's withstood a ton of assaults, and is the best way we can account for the evidence.
Not much one for biology, huh?
It's the closest to proven anything will ever get, homie.
I have faith that ST. Darwin's " good feeling about evolution " is right