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Leftii
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riddick1128
Con (against)
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Find the mistakes to my impossible equations.

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 10/8/2011 Category: Education
Updated: 5 years ago Status: Voting Period
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Leftii

Pro

I would like to thank my challenger for accepting my debate.

In this debate, I will be arguing that 0=2 and that 1+1=∞.

There is not one, but two. (stating that 1 does not equal 2)
There is none, but two.
There is none and two.
Therefore 0=2.

H=Change in
HE=(Hm)cc
E=0m
Therefore, H0m=(Hm)cc
H0m/cc=Hm
0m=0
(H0)/cc=Hm
Therefore, H∞=Hm
Therefore, 1+1=∞

The rules of this debate are as follows:
Con will locate my errors in each of the progressions. He will have two rounds to do so. On the second round, I will either confirm or deny con's answers. On the third round, I will confirm or show con the answers. Con's third round, however, will count for nothing as I will have said the answers beforehand.
riddick1128

Con

Your mistake is the same as every other equation that proves that 1=2 or 1=0 or anything of the sort. Your mistake is that you divide by zero. In an elborate way, no doubt, but it is illegal mathematically. As i say in my precal class when we find holes in rational functions: divide by zero breaks math.
Debate Round No. 1
Leftii

Pro

Con has stated that I divided by zero and this is what created my infinite, however this is not the mistake, as all infinitives can be deduced by Planck's Constant, an imaginary number in which K X K=-∞. This constant therefore reduces infinitives to finite numbers. In this case it is not the lack of Planck's Constant that is wrong, as the constant is applied to equations without necessary appearance.

Also con has not specified in which location I am incorrect in the following:

"There is not one, but two. (stating that 1 does not equal 2)
There is none, but two.
There is none and two.
Therefore 0=2."

Keep looking mate.
riddick1128

Con

riddick1128 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
Leftii

Pro

Con has failed to locate the mistakes in my progressions.

The mistake in my first progression is that none means 'not one', therefore "There is none and two" is a possible phrase, but this does not conclude that 0=2, as none is not equal to 0.

The mistake in my second progression is that, although energy contains 0mass and is literally a particle with no mass, this does not mean that energy is purely nothing. E contains 0m, but is not equal to 0m.
riddick1128

Con

riddick1128 forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
1 comment has been posted on this debate.
Posted by imabench 5 years ago
imabench
you cannot just negate the third round, debates are structured so that one person can always offer a counterpoint to the instigator, those are the rules and thats how voters will feel about it
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Vote Placed by Zarroette 3 years ago
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Leftiiriddick1128Tied
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Vote Placed by Man-is-good 5 years ago
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Leftiiriddick1128Tied
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Reasons for voting decision: Con failed to find the mistakes in Pro's impressive equations; the notions about energy's mass and semantics was interesting, though Con's argument was quite pedestrian at best (dividing by zero is assumed to be a common mathematical mistake).