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Are my replies correct?

ProfJacob
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Rules 1. I will argue in favor of the resolution that my replies are true, as Con opposes.2. BoP is on Con (If he can prove that even ONE of my responses are incorrect, he wins).3. You may only troll when things get completely out of hand.4. No plagiarism; Don't copy someone else's work and claim it as your own.Failure to follow these rules will result in a 7-point forfeiture.Scenarios 1. I was walking up the stairs. A schoolmate behind me pushes me and yells at me to walk faster. I r...

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Big Bang did not occur

ThePhysicist
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There are many problems with this theory. And the theory itself still does not answer many important questions - Such as where did all the matter in the universe come from? If all the matter in the universe was compressed into a small dot, what caused this to happen? Where did gravity come from that held it together? If this "dot" spun rapidly until it exploded., then where did the energy come from to start the spinning? Also, in an environment without friction you would have this spinning...

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Black is a color

IntellectualPerson
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I will argue in favor of the resolution that black is indeed not a color.How black is not a color 1) Let us use Newton's prism to break white light into various wavelengths of each color.We can measure red, orange, green, etc. However, we can not measure black. Black can not become any more "black" (As we perceive colors). And if we illuminate an area of darkness, even in the very least, the area will no longer be black. It would be gray.2) Let us use the electromagnetic spectrum....

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Every color is measurable

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iamanatheistandthisiswhy

No, indeed, every color is not measurable. In fact, we could use Newton's prism to break white light and study the various wavelengths of each color (Model will be at bottom).Black we can not measure. Black can not become any "darker". Also, for instance, in a room of darkness, if you illuminate it, even in the very least, it would no longer be black. It would be grey....

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Newton's second law is false!

BrainofanIndividual
LawsofPhysics

Newton's second law is not true because an airplane is faster than a car, while an airplane has more inertia and mass! ...

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