I will re-post my last post with the addition that I disagree.

I disagree that if there is no evidence whatsoever that p is true, then no probability that p is true can be formulated. So please support this assertion.

My logic chain supports that NO evidence for p and -p can be used to make a valid logical guess at 50/50 and you have not shown any flaw in the logic chain. Both of your attacks on Premise 2 seemed to be based on misstating or misunderstanding what it says.

So again, I forward the logic chain for my support that no evidence can be used for estimation.

1. If the amount of evidence for or against X being true is equal, then the most logical conclusion regarding the probability of X being true is 50/50

2. If there is no evidence that X is true and there is no evidence that X is not true, then the amount of evidence for or against X being true is equal.

3. Therefore if there is no evidence that X is true and there is no evidence that X is not true, then the most logical conclusion regarding the probability of X being true is 50/50.

And please note that the chain counts as support so not only have a stated a position regarding no evidence and probability but I have also supported it and therefore it should be accepted until you can show a valid flaw in the logic chain.

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