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Sonofcharl
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WW2GuyWhoLikesWW2
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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 6/18/2018 Category: Philosophy
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
Viewed: 316 times Debate No: 115641
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Sonofcharl

Pro

And everything moved relentlessly forwards for what seemed like an eternity. But eternity was not relative and time and space were resolute and beyond explanation and tenuous minds had long since withered in the maelstrom of events that succeeded. But their job was done and the Universe was slowly saturated. All questions were submitted, but did anything respond?
WW2GuyWhoLikesWW2

Con

I say no, I say that everything is just slowing down and then it's gonna speed back up by going to the center of the universe again.
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Sonofcharl

Pro

If E=mc2 does m-E=0
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Posted by Sonofcharl 3 years ago
Sonofcharl
Exactly.
What is the point of anything?

Is everthing just random?
Are we a one phase of a purposeful process?
Posted by Negotiate 3 years ago
Negotiate
I've been occasionally viewing these debates of yours- each one I am left more confused. I feel that it really is just a condescending series of philosophies you have formed. I ask you- what is the point of all this?

I would greatly appreciate any clarification- no, explanation. Thanks.
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