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# It looks like a God exists

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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 7/15/2016 Category: Religion Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period Viewed: 543 times Debate No: 93767
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 Pro Reality and evidence make it look like a creator God exists. God is defined as "the creator of our reality". Exists is defined as "to be alive and real".Report this Argument Con where 1+1 dosnt equal 3 bro.. tree is not 2 you free nature is not a construct, constructs are machines or intended, nature is random and nature is the opposite of machineReport this Argument Pro It looks like Con wants a troll debate, so here goes. ----- Con: "1+1 doesn't equal 3" Sure it does. 1 three + 1 zero equals 3. 1 two + 1 one equals 3. Prove me wrong Con. ----- Con: "nature is not a construct, constructs are machines or intended, nature is random and nature is the opposite of machine." Oh? Prove it.Report this Argument Con what is 1 three.. nature is random, machine is specified.. and machine is opposite of natureReport this Argument Pro Con: "what is 1 three.." 1 three = 3 1 zero = 0 2 fours = 8 3 fours = 12 1 three = 3 1 eight = 8 3 eights = 24 So you are wrong Con, and you have a stubby little podlike tail. You know it's true. ----- Con: "nature is random, machine is specified.. and machine is opposite of nature." Nature = nature Random = random Nature does not = random If machine is specified, the machine you inhabit is not "nature", but specified. To be specified, you must have a specifier. Con has shown us that it looks like a god exists per the definitions given in round 1.Report this Argument Con ok so 3.. 3 what? do you have to tell a plant how to grow?Report this Argument Pro ok so 3.. 3 what? 3 is 1 1 is triune. Con: "do you have to tell a plant how to grow?" Not if someone designed it with capabilities to do it on its own. Do you have to tell the central heat and air unit to come on each time? Nope. Why not? Because it has been commanded/programmed to do so.Report this Argument Con well i have no idea what you are trying to equate plants are nature, not machinesReport this Argument Pro Con: "plants are nature, not machines" Nope. They are machines. A Plant Has Many Parts- Plants are made up of many different parts and each part has an important function in the growing process. These include: -Fruit -Flower -Leaf -Roots Photosynthesis takes place and light and carbon dioxide are taken in, with oxygen released as a by-product. On the underside of leaves small openings called "stomata" open and close allowing carbon dioxide to enter and oxygen to exit. Roots- The roots anchor a plant in the ground and absorb water, nutrients and air. Tiny root hairs increase the surface area of the root for faster absorption. These tiny root hairs are extremely delicate and must be kept moist at all times. Larger roots are similar to the plants stem, as they transport water and dissolved minerals to the plant. -Stems & Vascular System (Xylem & Phloem)- The stems are the heart of a plant"s vascular system and carry water and nutrients throughout the plant. The xylem carries water and nutrients from the roots to the leaves and the phloem transports food manufactured by the leaves to the stems and roots. The stem also supports the plant and bears leaves, flowers buds, and fruits. * The 5 Basic Needs of A Plant- Plants have 5 basic needs and each one of these accounts for 20% of a plants ability to grow to it fullest potential. When all needs are met, maximum growth occurs. (20% x 5 needs = 100%) Air " 20% " temperature, humidity, and CO2 & O2 Content Light " 20% " spectrum (color), intensity and hours of light per day Water " 20% " temperature, pH, and O2 Content Nutrients " 20% " composition and purity Growing " 20% " air content and moisture content A surprising thing happens if one of these needs is only partially met: All of these needs are negatively affected in a complex chain reaction. For example: If a plant receives only 10% of its needed nutrients, that doesn"t cause just a 10% negative impact. It creates a 10% negative impact on all of the other 5 needs as well, causing an actual 50% negative impact on the entire plant. (10% x 5 = 50%). Maintaining a proper balance of all factors that affect a plant"s health is your best assurance of gardening success. www.interiorgardens.com/grow-plants.htmlReport this Argument Con without the fruit the tree can not multiply, without he leaves it cant breathe(i think), without roots it cant drinkReport this Argument
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Posted by whiteflame 2 years ago
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>Reported vote: migmag// Mod action: Removed<

7 points to Con. Reasons for voting decision: better stated by Con

[*Reason for removal*] Not an RFD.
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Posted by vi_spex 2 years ago
god exist and god dosnt exist can not be valid statements simultaniously
Posted by HeavenlyPanda 2 years ago
You cannot prove the absolute non-existence of something.
Posted by RedAtheist912 2 years ago
What will the contender be debating for? The non-existence of God or it does not look like God exists?
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