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Is the virus a living organism

shaduwarsenaal
HomelySherlock

Some people stat that a virus is not alive because it does not meet all the criteria for life. For example: a virus cannot reproduce. However, there are many technicalities you have to go around to hold that answer. Are y'all up to the challenge of disproving me?...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Is animal testing justified?

Romy
Kozu

Animal testing one of the most misunderstood area in the modern day society. It is associated with torture, cruelty and brutality. But this far from what animal testing is, animal testing is a method of research, in order to advance further and learn more. Furthermore, be researching on the animals we learn more about the animal itself. therefore in the long term it will benefit the species and us simultaneously....

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Resolved: Man-made Global Warming, on Planet Earth, Exists.

BLAHthedebator
lannan13

I have done this topic before, but there wasn't a lot of clash so I want to reinstate this. This debate is impossible to acept. Apply in comments. The voting floor is set at 2000.______________________________________________________________I will add in definitions to prevent semantics arguments from arising.DEFINITIONS Man-made: Created by a human or caused by a huma...

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Updated 2 Months Ago

GLOBAL WARMING: A Team Debate.

Global_Team.1
Mikal

Resolution: Man-Made Global Warming is a Threat.Summary: The debate is about whether or not Man-Made Global Warming is a threat to humanity. This debate is not about natural global warming. BOP is shared.Rules:1- No semantics.2- Words on pictures do not go against the Character Limit (do not test it, however.)*3- Public...

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Updated 5 Months Ago

Evolution is true and Biblical Creation is false

SocialPsyche
qwzx

The argument between evolution and biblical creation is a long lasting one and it may take some time to officially resolve. I, myself, fall under the side of those in support of evolution. This scientific theory has been proven time and time again by methods such as the fossil record(1) and the E. Coli experiment(2), though these are not the only methods. I also enjoyed the Bill Nye vs. Ken Ham debate(3), during which Bill Nye pointed out a good amount of evidence pointing towards evolution and...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

IVF debate

NicoGonzalez
kyrsten121805

Some of the basic benefits is that of course, a successful pregnancy happens and a healthy baby is born. Also this helps women with fallopian tube problems have children of their own, this was one of the reasons that IVF was pioneered. Another benefit according to fertilitysolutions.com is that confirmation of fertilisation is an option, and men who have had a vasectomy or have low sperm count can have children that are biologically theirs....

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Updated 4 Weeks Ago

Global Warming is Largely Man-Made

simonstuffles
lannan13

Resolution: Global Warming is Largely Man-Made The definitions are obvious, and playing with semantics will result in a loss. Rules 1. BoP is split. 2. No semantics or trolling. 3. Follow the format. 4. Only sources may be posted externally. Any violation of the rules should result in a loss. Format R1: Acceptance R2: Constructive Case R3: Rebuttals R4: Rebuttals and Conclusion *Edit* This debate was going to be for the beginners tourney, but we have changed topic. But I'd...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

IVF Debate

Mdelgado9001
abigail.casalla

In Vitro fertilization has many benefits for a wide variety of people. There is more of a chance for a child, that anyone has the chance to have, Outside circumstances such as low sperm count are invalidated, and it is much quicker to have children than having a child the traditional way. People might undergo IVF if their spouse has a low sperm count, or if they have a low fertility rate, because the chance of rearing a child the normal way has such a small probability that it seems impossible....

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Updated 4 Weeks Ago

IVF Debate

astefanko2765
jjun9117

One of the basic benefits of in vitro fertilization are that it gives a couple who aren't likely to have a baby that chance. Some couples just aren't able to have a baby whether it's because of a low sperm count or their fallopian tube is blocked. Whatever the reason couples shouldn't be denied the right to have a child. Another benefit of IVF is that it allows genetic screening to be possible. If you have a family history of all kinds of bad diseases and illnesses, then it will be very likely t...

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Updated 4 Weeks Ago

IVF Debate

danceracquel22
atrang5007

Some basic benefit of IVF is you will have a successful pregnancy and also a healthy baby. A reason why a woman might undergo IVF is because IVF helps woman who are unable to conceive a baby because they might have blocked tubes and IVF helps provide the best opportunity for having a child using their own egg. Also just simply if a person is older which means that they are going to have low ovarian reserve the IVF will use it's natural sense to create healthy eggs. Another reason why a woman mig...

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