I didn't even say I believed in anything but a possibility
. Which literally means I haven't ruled it out, but I don't necessarily believe in it
. And, no, it doesn't argue for its inherent, universal truth. I'm arguing the fact that possibilities exist, yes, but possibilities are based on a lack of evidence. There's no way of knowing the real truth, therefore there are possibilities to what that could be.
I can choose whatever I want to believe in for whatever reason I want. I do
get to pick one. And I have, and that is what I will do until evidence proves something and then I will reconsider it, and you
don't get to tell me how I'm allowed to process the world around me.
By the way, deductive science starts with a guess and then edits itself based on evidence it finds.