Let me ask you something...
How much proof would it take?
Make certain however that it is empirical PROOF, not just belief. The fact that one believes does not equal proof.
Think of it like this. You have a ring, you believe that it is gold. It can be tested. When tested, the evidence will prove that it is or isn't. BELIEVING that it is, is not, prof, it is only belief. The ability to test gives us the evidence to say yes or no.
When you have ANY testable proof, any testable evidence, not belief, not things written in a book by fallible, corruptible, human beings, then talk to me. You want me to believe in something, freaking PROVE it. Saying it is so does not MAKE it so.