No. This is gibberish. Belief happens on a mind. Evidence is objective, independent of the mind perceiving the it. Evidence may fit with your belief, or me contradict it. It isn't just more of what you believe to be true. It is an indicator of what is true, whether you believe it or not.You're both running in circles. Evidence is just more of what you believe to be true, so it isn't belief in reality that you are challenging, rather it is your unbelief of the truth and reality, because it is only belief that occurs in reality since unbelief is just a lack of something (belief) that can occur in reality. Unbelief possesses no ontological or epistemological basis, because in unbelief there is no object of belief which is required in order to be known to exist or occur in reality. Understand?