Instigator / Con
3
1687
rating
301
debates
67.11%
won
Topic

[I am Con] Flat-Earthers always fail miserably to explain their theory of flat earth.

Status
Finished

All stages have been completed. The voting points distribution and the result are presented below.

Arguments points
0
9
Sources points
2
6
Spelling and grammar points
1
3
Conduct points
0
3

With 3 votes and 18 points ahead, the winner is ...

Nikunj_sanghai
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Time for argument
One week
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Voting period
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Contender / Pro
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1489
rating
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debates
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No Covid conspiracy theories in this debate, it would unfairly require Con to participate in spreading misleading news to salvage their side.

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Contender
--> @RationalMadman

I have other work more important than this debate website, my university for example, I dont care if I lose or win , it does not affect me in real life does it?

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Instigator
--> @Nikunj_sanghai

you may think that waiving Round 1 was the right move, I am sorry but you wasted your only chance to dictate where the debate goes and overload me with proactive content. Now, you will be decimated in a swift Round 2 opening when I use your very waiving as proof that Round Earthers are simply ignorant of flat earth theory.

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Instigator
--> @fauxlaw

You saying it's a miserable failure has no impact on whether or not flat earthers can explain it.

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--> @RationalMadman

Since a miserable failure of a theory will not carry the day, will a sound failed theory win the debate? I cannot imagine one, but, as they say, all things are possible. Even always. Nik is well versed in Engineering. I'm not really asking for an answer because its bad form to argue during a debate outside of the debate...

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Instigator
--> @Intelligence_06

No I don't but I can and will.

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--> @RationalMadman

However you have to present a sound theory that explains a flat earth though.