If I investigate the Goldbach conjecture by testing individual even integers to

If I investigate the Goldbach conjecture by testing individual even integers to

If I investigate the Goldbach conjecture by testing individual even integers to verify that they accord with it, do I have more reason to believe that the conjecture is true the more integers I verify? Or am I in just the same epistemic position regarding the conjecture whether I've verified one integer or a billion?

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