Resolved: Jupiter is not a Planet.
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THIS IS A SERIOUS DEBATE In honnor of New Horrizon coming close to Pluto I've decided to do another space debate.
First Round is Terms and defintions by Pro, Acceptance by Con.
Second Round is Constructive Arguments, NO REBUTTALS
!Third Round is Rebuttals.
Forth Round is Rebuttals and conclusion.
No Semantics, the definitions provided are what is to be used in this debate.
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Thedefinition ofplanetset inPraguein 2006 by theInternational Astronomical Union(IAU) states that, in theSolar System, aplanetis acelestial bodywhich:
is in orbit around the Sun,
has sufficient mass to assume hydrostatic equilibrium(a nearly round shape), and
has "cleared the neighbourhood" around its orbit. (https://en.wikipedia.org...)
Jupiter- Pictured bellow.
s://upload.wikimedia.org...; alt="An image of Jupiter taken by New Horizons." />
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I accept the tie.
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Vote Placed by tejretics 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Sadly, the debate was tied . . . I was curious to know how Pro would argue without semantics . . . because "semantics" is just the science of language . . .
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