Suppose we're driving, and we approach a large barricade with a sign that says,
What is our standard of evidence to make a decision?
What if we've already driven past a ROAD CLOSED AHEAD warning sign every mile for the last 30 miles?
Driving off a cliff, pedal to the metal, just to confirm that the bridge really is gone and that 30 miles of warning signs really were there for a reason, that strikes me as unwise and unimpressive decision-making behavior.
That's not wisdom.