Tuesday, January 04, 2011

The Stupid! It Burns! (falsified hypothesis edition)

the stupid! it burns! A veritable cornucopia of stupidity! Atheism: A Falsified Hypothesis
The problem is, since Atheism CAN be proven false, then IF it IS proven false, then Theism (its negation) would necessarily be proven true. When there are only two possible answers for a proposition, and one of them is proven false, then the other is necessarily true. Consider the question “Does God Exist?” There are only two possible answers, “yes” and “no”. If the answer “no” was proven false, then the only alternative answer remaining is “yes”.
Wow. I applaud the blogger on his discovery of the Law of Excluded Middle, just a smidge — about twenty-three centuries — late. The rest of the piece goes downhill from there.

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