1) the earth is not flat
2) the system works
3) the system doesn’t “only” work on a flat earth
Technically, it’s not a circular argument, because 1 is not 3. But even if it were a circular argument, you’d have to prove the argument is invalid by properly refuting 1, 2, or 3. And since you can’t refute any of them, even my half-joking argument is valid.Stu wrote:
Hahahahaha that's some truly circular reasoning
You say this like it’s supposed to mean that the only arguments that atheists make, are invalid circular arguments. Ever watch Hitchens debate a young earther? The young earther loses the debate, every time.Stu wrote:
Any atheist would be proud.
Literally every “argument” you’ve put forth here that supposedly backs a flat earth, can be easily falsified by a 5 minute google search.
I’m trying to come up with something that people actually believe, that’s more irrational than a flat earth. And I can’t think of a single thing.