I'm going to be brief here...(or try)...people tend to throw around terms like "evidence" with little or no justification. Personal experience is not evidence. Conjecture is not evidence. Likes are not evidence. Opinion is not evidence unless it is based on objective demonstrable fact. What people believe is not evidence nor even some sort of self-fullfilling justification for their own beliefs. Many people today believe that Vikings wore helms with horns on them. Nothing can be further from the demonstrable fact. Most people...including the History Channel apparently...accept and believe that medieval shoes boasted heels or that Vikings had heels on their "boots." Again, not true, not provable. We can go on and on about common mis-perceptions being all too often tragically wrong, despite being widespread. Just because people believe things that are not true doesn't make them true or give a rationale to them. It only demonstrates the appalling and often willful impulse towards ignorance.