Oh yeah, I'd say we're probably above 75% supposed to be on board with her version of the story, but if she can't tell that story and be believed, what are we supposed to make of that? I think that's where the conversation happens, and we see it begin in the film. What if she's right, but she can't prove it? Isn't she asking people to take it on faith, a thing she was vehemntly against earlier in the film. I think that's also why some of that earlier stuff, especially between her and the McCon is so obvious that she can have the character arc from firm believer in science only to a more complicated position involving faith. That's cool, to me.