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Resolved: The sky over planet Earth is blue.

lannan13
Aerogant

THIS IS NOT A TROLL DEBATE.I have made this debate impossible to accept. If you wish to accept please say so in the comments section. I will then challenge you to a debate. This debate is about weather or not the sky itself is blue. This does not include clouds, pollution, or a rainy day.RulesNo trollingFirst round is accpetanceRound 2 is Contentions, no rebuttlesRound 3 is rebuttles and conclusionNo semantics.<...

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Does God exist?

Flippenout
cleoforman

I will be arguing for the existence of a deity(s) while my opponent will point out his arguments against the existence of a deity. 1st round: Acceptance 2nd round: Opening statements only (no rebuttal) 3rd round: Rebuttal 4th round: More arguments/rebuttal 5th round: Concluding statements...

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The average male bengal tiger can defeat the average male african lion.

Wolfman19
TheDebateMaster1

This is to be a scientific debate, so know statements like "lion is king of jungle, so it'll win." Only accept this if you know a great deal on both felines. Thank you to whoever accepts this debate. ...

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Bullies should be taken to guidance

J03ybatts
JohnMaynardKeynes

Oi I will take cyber bullies to guidance bulletin is no good en Irelan...

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Is information (or math) the basis of the universe?

americanfascist
123456789123456789

Information is the basis of the universe: 1. If we can clearly describe a state, there is an information content to that state. 2. We can clearly describe any state with a high enough level technology. 3. Therefore, all states have an information content. 1. Matter can be converted into energy, and vice-versa. 2. Maxwell's Demon shows we can convert information into energy and vice-versa. 3. Therefore, we can convert information into matter indirectly....

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This House Believes That A Virgin Birth Is Scientifically Possible, Even If Improbable!

Ajabi
iamanatheistandthisiswhy

As-Salam-o-Alikum! This is an interesting debate topic, is it not? In any case the Spirit of the Motion is that there is a scientific possibility, or that science proves that a virgin birth could have occurred, even though it is improbable. My opponent would have to show that there is no scientific possibility that such a birth could occur. S/he could either provide medical/scientific evidence to the contrary or argue that the evidence I provide is irrelevant. In both cases my opponent must p...

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Is God Real?

hohanian
TruthHurts

Okay first of all, i just want to tell you that the only thing atheists have against God or someone who created the universe is religion, let me tell you something, religion is indeed man-made, but that doesn't disprove anything so please don't bring the bible in this. Let's start!...

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Stem Cell Research Should be Funded

tala00131
schachdame

I am taking the position that stem cell research should be funded. First, I must make it clear that I am speaking only about embryonic stem cell research, as there is no debate concerning the research of somatic stem cells, as no human "life" is being destroyed. Religious people's problem with embryonic stem cell research is this: when you extract the stem cells out of the human embryo, you ultimately destroy the embryo; thus, killing it. The religious people say that this embryo has been fertil...

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Global Warming is not significantly affected by human activity

TheRussian
Kc1999

I will be arguing that global warming is not significantly impacted by human activity, and my opponent will be arguing that humans are the cause/have a big effect on global warming. Please begin your argument....

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macroevolution of humans has stopped for the foreseeable future

linate
FMAlchemist

macroevolution of humans has stopped for the foreseeable future we are not longer evolving significantly as humans. true, people in africa and other poor countries die, many religious fanatics die, but as a whole, we are adapting the environment to us, instead of it forcing us to adapt. remember, evolution is where the weak die and the only those that live to copulate further their genes. changes in specific animals doesn't cause evolution... you can't cut your thumb off and get your kids...

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