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AveryGaleson
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smurfy101
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Purushadasa is not a human.

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Started: 8/15/2017 Category: Funny
Updated: 11 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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AveryGaleson

Pro

Purushadasa may not accept this debate.

There is no way that Purushadasa could be a human. He has stated the following multiple times:

"I don't make it a general habit to respond directly to two-legged animals in the comments sections of my debates."

It would not make sense if Purushadasa didn't respond directly to two legged animals if he was a two legged animal. It is a known fact that all humans are born with two legs. so it is obvious that Purushadasa is either a one legged animal, or an animal with 3 or more legs
smurfy101

Con

Disclaimer: This is sarcastic af.

First, let's go over the Pro's arguments. The Pro argues that Purushadasa is not human because he refuses to argue with two-legged animals. They then conclude that because of this, he is not one himself. First of all, Purushadasa could feel "human guilt" for what humans have done to the planet. Second of all, humans are not two-legged animals. Scientific American (https://www.scientificamerican.com...) writes that humans evolved from a four-legged, knuckle-walking ancestor. Essentially, chimps' forelegs are homologous to humans' arms. Therefore, our arms are no different from a chimp's legs. Thus, our arms are legs. From this we can see that humans are four-legged animals, and Purushadasa merely does not want to interact with nonhumans.

My only substantive argument is this: Humans are the only animals capable of typing and understanding such complex language as "Obama is a believer in atheist dogma, not a Muslim" or "Barack and Michelle Obama are a gay couple, one of which is transsexual."

From this we can see that though we may not want our species to be associated with him, Purushadasa is sadly human.
Debate Round No. 1
AveryGaleson

Pro

The Con's argument is that humans are the only animals capable of typing and understanding complex language. But there are clearly multiple species that are capable of understanding complex language.

Purushadasa is clearly a Reptilian alien sent to Earth to taint the minds of the users of debate.org. In their natural habitats, the shapeshifting Reptilian aliens walk on all fours, which explains why he hated two-legged animals like humans. It explains why he has so much time to write and post debates every day to this website. No other 49 year old man has enough time to write out so many things in such a short amount of time.

While most Reptilian aliens that are sent to Earth normally have responsibilities of gaining political power, Purushadasa failed his Reptilian spy exams and shapeshifting test, so he has been assigned to merely tainting the minds of the users of debate.org.
smurfy101

Con

The Pro's rebuttal consists of the main argument that Purushadasa is a reptilian alien. First, he uses this to explain why he hates two-legged animals, but in not responding to my claim he concedes that humans are four-legged.

First, we must note that the Pro provides no proof that Purushadasa is a fixed reptilian. However, the biological definition of "human" is based entirely on morphology (eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic, lacking a cell wall, vertebrate, mammal, etc.). Thus, Purushadasa has shifted his morphology so that he is human. This makes him human. The Pro writes that Purushadasa failed his shapeshifting test, this is not true. If it were, Purushadasa would be kept on his home planet. However, it is possible he also failed his governing exams, thus relegating him to "internet troll".

Therefore, we can see here that despite the claims of the Pro, Purushadasa is not a fixed reptilian alien, but rather a shape-shifter currently in a human state.
Debate Round No. 2
AveryGaleson

Pro

Con claims that Purushadasa has passed his shapeshifting test. However, this is clearly not true. Everyone knows that Reptilians that fail their shapeshifting tests are still brought to Earth so they can have faster internet speeds. However, they are simply given basement dweller status so they may only work from basements. This is clearly what Purushadasa has been assigned to.

When Purushadasa talks about his worldview, he is referring to his worldview device on his Reptilian computer than allows him to see the events of the world at any time. Except Purushadasa only uses his worldview device to view religious topics. This is why we only see him making debates about God.

It is clear that Purushadasa is a Reptilian alien, but he has failed both his shapeshifting and governing tests, so he has the simple job of basement dweller.
smurfy101

Con

The Pro makes the argument that failed reptilians come to earth to have faster internet speeds. If that were true, Purushadasa would be in South Korea, where internet is fastest, and speak Korean. Reptilians come to America because most people think with their hearts, not minds. However, Purushadasa would not even come to Earth if he failed his shapeshifting tests, because to attain any kind of resources, he needs to go in public, where people would see him. This means he must be a shapeshifter inept at governing,

Purushadasa's worldview isn't dictated by reptilian technology; if they are able to come to Earth, they're too smart to attempt to push this worldview. This means he likely stumbled upon some news sites like the Onion, Infowars, and the Beaverton where he developed his worldview. He doesn't only debate about God; he also claims abortionists should be put to death in another debate. If he argued about religion, he wouldn't use phrases not even the extreme and satirical right use like "atheist dogma".

To sum up this debate, Purushadasa, a reptilian alien who can shape-shift to become human, has a worldview based on the Onion, etc., and most importantly, is human.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by smurfy101 11 months ago
smurfy101
What I'm saying is that when he shape-shifts, he becomes human and therefore is human.
Posted by PowerPikachu21 11 months ago
PowerPikachu21
"To sum up this debate, Purushadasa, a reptilian alien who can shape-shift to become human, has a worldview based on the Onion, etc., and most importantly, is human."

So... is he human or not? You're contradicting yourself.
Posted by smurfy101 11 months ago
smurfy101
Now that he has left, I think we've all won in a way.
Posted by smurfy101 11 months ago
smurfy101
Good riddance
Posted by AveryGaleson 11 months ago
AveryGaleson
We discovered his secret! Purushadasa is going back to his homeworld.
Posted by NDECD1441 11 months ago
NDECD1441
Some douchebag wrote:
"I have won all of the debates in which I participated on this site, except one, which I deliberately forfeited, you ignorant douchebag.
The fact that you are so obviously obsessed with me really just means that the truth makes you angry."

No we are not -- that's straw man fallacy on your point.
Posted by AveryGaleson 11 months ago
AveryGaleson
He could be a well programmed bot. But some of his responses do seem like something only a human would write.
Posted by PowerPikachu21 11 months ago
PowerPikachu21
Actually, I could very well believe he's not human. Though I'd lean towards him being a robot/program, as spamming debates and making very strict statements (like "I never said that", and "no it's not") seem like something a program would do. And he never responds to people either, since a program wouldn't have the capacity for such things.
Posted by smurfy101 11 months ago
smurfy101
Also since you're not accepting messages I'll ask you a question here: what (specifically) is atheist Dogma? What beliefs are part of it? Can you give an example of someone who has those beliefs?
Posted by smurfy101 11 months ago
smurfy101
Copy and pasting a blatant lie doesn't make it true.
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