plus is minus, and plus and minus is cause and effect,
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giving is taking, and taking is giving.
you cant give me an apple, without taking an apple from somewhere
Fallacy= A failure in reasoning that renders an argument invalid.
1. I steal your TV and give you nothing
~ Something is taken but nothing is given.
2. I gave you a hug for free.
~Something is given but nothing is taken
you cant give me a hug without me getting a hug, you cant hug me without taking a step forward thus adding and retracting by movement
For something to be equal there has to be another object that it is equivalent to. Stating that your hand is equal because it is being held in front of you is not correct in any way.
Equal= being the same in quantity, size, degree, or value.
Equal= a person or thing considered to be the same as another in status or quality.
And if you want to get into technicalities, "equal is where I'm holding my hand in front of me", WHERE you are holding your hand is its location.
Location= a particular place or position.
If your argument is that your hand is somehow equal because it is not moving then first of all that is incorrect. the movement would be zero. Second of all your hand is never not moving because it is alive. If it was not alive then you could not move your hand, therefore changing your statement and making your original statement invalid.
I do not know why I am arguing with you as this is a silly topic.
my hand IS in front of me, I can move my hand to the left, and If I do I can remember I did it, plus and minus
cause=intended or random
wherever my hand IS, is equal, where ever my hand equals is where it IS
And you can't "plus or minus" anyways..... Plus and minus is not in any form a verb in the English language. If you think it is please give me an example where either plus or minus is used correctly as a verb in an English sentence.
I really have no other arguments or comments other than you seem to be confused on what you are trying to say.
true=personal physical experience of now
know=Physical experience of now
false=anywhere beyond my personal physical experience of now
That is not even close to what true and false is.
Can people comment their thoughts so I can see if I'm crazy for not understanding my opponent?
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Vote Placed by Wylted 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro was trolling so conduct to con. He also got the definition for equal wrong which con correctly points out
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