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Dihydrogen Monoxide MUST be banned in the united states

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/23/2010 Category: Health
Updated: 8 years ago Status: Voting Period
Viewed: 936 times Debate No: 11264
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I just want to see if anybody will take this and understand.

I will let my opponent start. :-)


Ok, I fully understand what this is, but just for fun I'll debate this out because I'm bored. Also because I doubt many people get your meaning. Moving on to my arguments.

Contention 1- Though many people do not know it, dihydrogen monoxide is an important part of your everyday life. It is a key component in almost all things you own and use everyday. It is an important part of almost all food and drink as well. A lack of this important chemical can lead to side effects from dizziness and nausea, to death. Without it we would all die in a number of days. This is the only argument I feel I need to present. Also anyone who understands what this round is about, please don't post it in comments as I would like to see what some people will say about this.
Debate Round No. 1


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fireant1995 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2


all right. so My opponent admits that dihydrogen monoxide is important for everyday life. then why does he want to ban it? He is in pro that it MUST be banned in the united states.

My opponent has contradicted himself...

Oh, and for you viewers... DiHydrogen Monoxide is water

Di meaning two Hydrogen. Mono meaning one, oxide meaning oxygen

We must not ban it because "dihydrogen monoxide is an important part of your everyday life" as my opponent has stated.


fireant1995 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by fireant1995 8 years ago
yeah, didnt notice that one
Posted by DylanFromSC 8 years ago
Yeah..? You should be debating on why it SHOULD be banned..
Posted by Ore_Ele 8 years ago
not this stupid thing.
Posted by wjmelements 8 years ago
Ooh fail.
Posted by Kinesis 8 years ago
fireant, you're Pro the resolution, not Con the resolution.
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