>>190730810>That itself is asking to prove a negative, but it's accepted because it's very likely even if there's no evidence to support it
The magazine literally encourages it so it's an easy assumption to make>It's the same thing with proposition that there could be someone who spent a lot of money to send in a lot of votes.
No, it's not. One is incredibly more rare than the other>After all, that isn't impossible nor improbable
It's not impossible but it is improbable. In the same way I could say that I'm Tsutsui>You admit it isn't impossible, yet you act like you know for a fact that there is no Y-san
You don't deny it's impossible, yet you act like you know for a fact that I'm not Tsutsui
You see how dumb you're argument is? Burden of proof, back up your claim>This leads us back to square one where you can't make absolute claims and pretend you actually won anything.
If someone makes a claim and you ask them to back it up and they can't then you've won the argument. That's what's happening in this case>Likely or not is debatable
No it isn't>Other girls losing votes is not mutually exclusive to someone sending in tons of votes for Mafuyu
Then where do you think the votes for all of the characters went?>People only need to give reasonable doubts for their claim
You have yet to give that>If you want to act like there's no Y-san for certain, then you need evidence of your own to give concrete support
Nope, burden of proof. You can't claim that Michael Jackson is a serial killer unless somebody can prove he wasn't>Ridiculous slippery slope fallacy.
Just using your own logic
Prove the existent of your Y-san come on, I dare you