>>159037459>is just another way of saying it appeals to your feelings without evidence.
If this isn't the pot calling the kettle black, then I don't know what it. All you've been doing this entire time is making assertions based on nothing and dismissing things as evidence because you don't like them.
And like I already told you, it's the logical conclusion to draw. There is no evidence for anything else. Until you can come up with a better alternative that actually makes sense and doesn't fall apart at the seams, you're in no position to feel you can wave it off. >To claim it is also controlled via voice (or literally anything else) is an assumption (making shit up is a more accurate way of describing it, an assumption is a formal term).
Except I'm not even making that claim. Again, you are the one who is assuming things and are being hypocritical by accusing others of doing what you are doing. I'm saying that him speaking through the phone via voice can conceivably be used as evidence to support the disposition of Black Voice being utilised via other means. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. You have no authority to dismiss it. I know you think you do, you really don't. >No, it's not.
Yes, it is. Before the chapter happened, it wouldn't have been an assumption, but now that the chapter has happened, and because events took place that cast a shadow of doubt over previously established concepts, it now is classed as an assumption because what you thought you knew is no longer concrete, indisputable fact.