truth can only be in the past
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Okay, so here we go again. "I pick up my hand in sixty seconds." Although I cannot prove that this will happen at the moment, it can be a true statement. Why? Because now, a minute later my hand has gone up. This action which I have predicted has been revealed as true.
Well, I just left and came back in, using the door. It seems the truth was right, even in the future.
you might die before leaving the room
now is true
Something does not just become true. True remains true no matter what. Therefore it was predestined that I was always going to open that door, and anything besides me opening the door is false.
the truth is that you did, after you opened the door.. not if you died.. troll
yes true remains true.. holyfuck you are dense.. i will call you brick from now
I'm afraid to try to convince you again... Lord knows what kind of shjt you'll post in Round 5. But I have to. This is a debate (well, more like teaching a piece of metal simple logic), but even so, I have to try. So... If I died, then yes, it would not be true that I opened the door. Because I wouldn't have.
BUT DID I DIE??!?!?!? No, I'm typing this right here. That means that I opened the door, which is true. And I quote you, "yes true remains true." Therefore, if truth always remains true, whether in past, now, or the future, I was ALWAYS going to open that door. Me not opening the door is not true, it is false.
Also, I'd like to point out one small error in your vast collection... your main title of the argument is "truth can only be in the past", and yet, in Round 2 and 3, you right "now=true" and "now is true", respectively. Unfortunately, you are too dumb to realize this huge contradiction, so it it pointless for me to point out.
...are you trolling me? There's no way you can be this dumb.
you didnt die.. is true
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