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I will be arguing that Time Travel, through either one of its means, is possible/logically reasonable for human beings to accomplish.
Time travel: the action of going back or forward into the axis of time to enter a different time period. Example: going from year 2012 to year 1547, or from year 254 to year 4532.
Either one mean: any functionality under which time travel is described to be working, whether it be real or fictional.
Possible: something that is doable. Contrary to impossible, which is undoable.
Logically reasonable: is within reason and human logic.
Accomplish: successfully perform an act.
Con failed to respect the rules by posting part of his arguments during round 1, thus he/she forfeits the debate to me.
MilindianaJones forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by lannan13 9 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con violated the rules.
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