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Scinece is in the Liberal bag, Conservatives are more scientific.

Max.Wallace
Burls

Liberals command us through taxation, and the PRICE of education to respect science. Conservatives want proof before raising taxes....

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30 Comments
Updated 2 Months Ago

Can we live on the moon by 2025?

harrymate
swagwhale

First round is for accepting; there are two other rounds for debating. Please DO NOT FORFEIT. If you want additional rounds please comment or send me a message before you accept. Thanks and good luck!!!...

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6 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Are birds real?

TheRealGreeninja
Jerry.Potilo

Birds are not real. All scientific evidence points to it....

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Updated 2 Months Ago

In Support of Embryonic Stem Cell Research

chagak
DavidMGold

I take the position that embryonic stem cell research should be fully supported by nations all over the world. I will go into details as to how stem cell research is instrumental in potentially healing serious diseases such as Parkinson's Disease, Type I Diabetes, and other ailments. To disprove this argument, one most provide iron clad evidence that stem cell research does more harm than good. At the end, the votes will determine if stem cell research is a good thing, or whether it causes issue...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Does expired milk come from expired cows?

Official-Migrating-Hacker
ExipredMilkExpiredCows

http://www.scientificamerican.com... Why does organic milk last so much longer than regular milk? Craig Baumrucker, professor of animal nutrition and physiology at Pennsylvania State University, pours out an answer: Jun 6, 2008 NIKHIL SWAMINATHAN If you"ve ever shopped for milk, you"ve no doubt noticed what our questioner has: While regular milk expires within about a week or sooner, organic milk lasts much longer"as long as a month. So what is it about organic milk that makes it sta...

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Updated 2 Months Ago

Young Earth Creationism is negated by much of modern science, not just the theory of evolution.

MykSkodar
smarken41

In this debate, I will argue that Young Earth Creationism conflicts with much of modern science, not just the theory of evolution. As such, it is an untenable position. My opponent will defend that this is not the case either by demonstrating how much of modern science is in agreement with the YEC worldview or by refuting my claims (or both). To keep the debate short and sweet, I have set argument max to 5,000 characters with a 48 hour response time. Please ensure you are available enough...

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24 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Genetically Engineering a Better Meal (Agriculture)

DanK
Shedding

I am pro in this argument as I believe GE to be a safe and effective technology. There will be three rounds. Round one is to state position and evidence for said position. Genetically engineering is a tool and never the final product, that being said I do agree that testing of newly introduced genes is necessary. However that is not to say that I believe any GE foods on the market are by any means dangerous, with thousands of studies concerning safety I see no reason why so many believe them to...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Is a human's greatest attribute, intellegence also its greatest weakness?

The-Holy-Macrel
Mike_10-4

Pretty much the question is is intellegence good or bad? Or would we be better off not tinkering with our environment or creating inventions. Does it make us self-destructive....

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3 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

The Starchild skull is human

RainbowDash52
Wylted

The Starchild skull is this skull: I will be arguing that the Starchild skull is not human. The burden of proof is shared. My opponent's first round is with an argument. My opponent's last round will be passing without giving an argument so we have the same amount of turns to debate....

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18 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Cryonics: Inhumane?

CaraKamski
chagak

Cryonics is a technique to preserve human bodies after death, in hopes to extend life later on. The theory is if the body can be properly preserved it can be "brought back to life" after the right process is discovered and properly developed. But is this way of cheating death too much? Is it right or wrong?...

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Updated 1 Month Ago