What's the difference between "evidence of " and "evidence for"?
I searched by google, I find,
evidence for human evolution ; (many ...)
evidence of water ; (many ...)
It seems that "evidence for" is used with something changing, evolving, etc, a king of duration. But 'evidence of' is used with a specific things, such as "water" etc, And I also looked up Webster (v1913), it says "evidence of" somthing and 'evidence for Crown' ....