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# I'm going to win. 2+2=4 I'm the best

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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 7/30/2014 Category: Religion Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period Viewed: 670 times Debate No: 59772
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 Pro 2+2=4. This is supported by people and calculators all over the world. And 2 dogs plus 2 dogs equals 4 dogs.Report this Argument Con I accept. Since PRO has not defined the resolution at all, I will be arguing that two units with the addition of two further units does NOT equal four units. It will be my contention that while 2+2 SOMETIMES equals 4, this is not always the case. This makes PRO's resolution incomplete or incorrect. It is my further contention that PRO will NOT win. If they do then I will graciously admit defeat. If they lose or tie then THEY must admit defeat. Let us rock. Report this Argument Pro If you do the equation of what 2+2 equals 100 percent of the time it will equal 4. You can google it you can ask your math teacher you can even do the problem on your fingers but it will never NOT equal fourReport this Argument Con Thanks PRO for opening this debate. I tested PROs assertion by placing two drops of water into a glass, I then added a further two drops of water. According to PROs maths teacher, there should have been four drops of water in the glass, however in counting, I was only able to find one drop of water in the glass. It appears that in the case of drops of water, two and two actually equal one. Report this Argument Pro Korov007 forfeited this round. Con No comment? Oh dear. I had a few other instances where two units added to two further units actually resulted in a total other than four. I could have used instances like:Squares - Take two squares and place them side by side. Now add two additional squares above these existing ones. The result should look like this: How many squares do you see? PRO's maths teacher assured me there would be only four, but in fact I can see five. Numbers - Using a Mod function we can add two units to two existing units and have the result be 0, 1 or 2. Or 3 if you REALLY want to. This is because we set the modulo to a value below four. By doing this, we guarantee that regardless of how many units we add to our existing ones, we will NEVER reach four. Words - If I take two words, SOME and ONE and add them to two additional words, FACE and PALMS, I get a result of "SOMEONE FACEPALMS". Which is probably what will happen when PRO's maths teacher reads this debate. Unfortunately, I won't get to use any of those instances now. The challenge was to show that in certain instances, two units added to two other units do not result in four units. I was able to show this in the second round by exploiting specific characteristics of the units in question. PRO failed to rebut this example, and therefore it must stand unopposed. In failing to oppose this example, PRO has also lost the debate, thus failing to meet his second burden of "I will Win."It wasn't strictly mentioned to date, but safe to say this debate has served to also negate his final statement, that he is the best.Vote CON. Despite the fact that this whole thing has been typed in such an ugly font, it was my first debate here and I didn't even ask anyone how to embed a picture. Report this Argument
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Posted by Popp2 2 years ago
@Cassie412 Also, 2 full sharks + 2 swimming humans = 2 full sharks + 2 swimming humans.
2+2=2+2
Posted by 9spaceking 2 years ago
con epicly trolled. Epic.
Posted by PeacefulChaos 2 years ago
Con is the true genius here.
Posted by Cassie412 2 years ago
2 hungry sharks + 2 swimming humans = 2 full sharks.
2+2=2
Posted by POPOO5560 2 years ago
Pro is a genius no doubt
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