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# A number not always represent the same thing, therefore 1 not always equal 1

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Cometflash
 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 11/22/2012 Category: Miscellaneous Updated: 5 years ago Status: Post Voting Period Viewed: 1,875 times Debate No: 27422
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Posted by Cometflash 5 years ago
@mr_Debater1993

If you like, we can debate this later on.

I'm debating this for the 3rd time now, if it doesn't get resolved again, perhaps you could take the challenge.
Posted by mr_Debater1993 5 years ago
1 is always = to 1
Posted by Cometflash 5 years ago
I can see why R.M would think CON did not concede, I even agreed upon it.

CON was unable to point a flaw in my argument, however the rules states that he may point a flaw if can see one, and therefore he played by the rules.
Nowhere in the rules does it say that he must find a flaw in my argument and point to one.

What I see R.M failed to see though, is that I believe, 1 cannot equal to 1, which he seem to believe upon, and his challenge to me prove so.

I hope that his voting decision did not only take this mistake view into account.
I clearly use always in the title to show that, not once but twice.

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Posted by infalliblemind 5 years ago
Round 3.
Posted by RationalMadman 5 years ago
when did con concede?
Posted by Muted 5 years ago
Since the debate has been conceded, I will point out that 1/2+1/2=1=1+0. This means 1/2+1/2=1+0, just helping Con...
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