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Thank you, your explanation of state made it easier for me to understand the meaning.

Thank you for your reply it helped me a lot.

I struggle with comprehending this sentence:

To say it abstractly: For an event to be evidence about a target of inquiry, it has to happen differently in a way that’s entangled with the different possible states of the target.

That means if I want to show evidence that waters changes its solid form by melting (target of inquiry), there must be evidence that I can freeze water (different possible state)? And on top of that there must be evidence that gas can condense to a fluid and the fluid can vapourware into gas?

Is my rewritten interpretation correct?

I’m very sorry I have a hard time wrapping my head around this concept.