The US supreme court should not exist in the way it does now

DATXDUDE
Surrealism

First round is acceptance....

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The SN 1006 Supernova caused when World War Two occurred

Surrealism
400spartans

I will be arguing for the resolution as stated, namely that "The SN 1006 supernova caused when World War Two occurred".I will use the following definition:Cause - to mandate the existence or occurrence ofFurther definitions will be supplied as necessary. I believe that SN 1006 supernova and World War Two are well understood enough to not require definitions but if my opponent desires one that is fine.Good luck to opponent....

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Internet vs Electricity

Mathlover
Surrealism

I say that the internet is much more important than electricity. I know people will say that electricity is much more important because the internet wouldn't exist without electricity. But who cares! Electricity does exist....

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The SN 1006 Supernova is the cause of World War II

Surrealism
Purple_Potato

I am arguing for the statement that the SN 1006 supernova is the cause of World War Two.DEFINITIONS:SN 1006 supernova: The supernova that occurred in the constellation of Lupus and was recorded in the year 1006.World War Two: The war occurring between 1939-45 between the US, UK, France, the Soviet Union, and Germany, Italy, Japan, as well as other minor powers.Cause: Event A causes Event B if the existence/occ...

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Mathematical Realism (PRO) vs. Mathematical Anti-Realism (CON)

tahirimanov
Surrealism

I intended this debate to be Realism (more specificly Platonism) vs Nominalism, but later I decided it to be more general, and broad. 1. Rules (1) - No arguments in first round, but Con should give some defintions, and explanations (also can give some examples).(2) - Con doesn't have to argue for whole anti-realism, (s)he can choose a specific form of anti-...

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Our Sense of Morality Has Evolutionary Origins

Surrealism
CordialCongressman

As usual, the first round is for acceptance.DEFINITIONS:Evolution - The descent of different species from a common ancestor over many generations. [1]Morality - a code of conduct that, given specified conditions, would be put forward by all rational persons [2]

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Almost All Atmospheric Global Warming is Not Caused by Humans

Surrealism
DeletedUser

The resolution states that almost all of atmospheric global warming is NOT caused by humans. I am arguing FOR this resolution. First round is for acceptance only. DEFINITIONS: Atmospheric: of or relating to the atmosphere Global warming:

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Moral Relativism (Pro) vs. Divine Command Theory (Con)

Surrealism
Philocat

This is a topic I would enjoy debating. My previous two debates over this topic ended in forfeiture by my opponent, so I ask that my opponent not forfeit in this debate. For this reason I have set it so that the contender must have a minimum of five completed debates to accept.Definitions:Moral Relativism - "[that] the truth or justification of moral judgments is not absolute, but relative to some group of persons" [1]Divine C...

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Fun Debate - Sub-Lightspeed Spaceship Design Contest

Surrealism
FreedomJosh

The title of this debate should be fairly self-explanatory, but here are the details.Whoever accepts this debate will be designing two different spaceships that travel under the speed of light. That means that ftl travel will result in an automatic forfeit. (So no wormholes, okay?)The first spaceship must be for a small number of people, the amount who would travel together in a normal car. This spaceship will be designed for hour, day, or week long trips to ot...

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Math Debate - Vi-spex's choice of topic

Surrealism
DeletedUser

I have seen many people debate vi_spex on math topics in ways that don't always address the big picture. I will debate any math topic vi_spex wants, most preferrably that any finite number times zero is zero....

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