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Topic

If humans had cell walls, would we be invincible or rigid?

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With 2 votes and 8 points ahead, the winner is ...

Intelligence_06
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Science
Time for argument
Two days
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Open voting
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One week
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Plants and bacteria have cell walls--an extra wall that protects them from being crushed. How would humans be if they had cell walls? Invincible, or rigid?

I, TNBinc (Pro), will take "invincible"
Con, Intelligence_06 will take "rigid"

Please refer to this to know what a cell wall is.
https://bit.ly/3gnkYVq

This is UNRATED

Two days of an argument, and 10000 characters per argument.

Added:
Instigator
--> @Intelligence_06

Looks like I may have not properly defined "alive"

oops

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Contender
--> @K_Michael

Good point.

Nevertheless, if you just decapitate one's head while remaining their cells still complete, they are still dead.

Added:
--> @TNBinc

Diamond blades can 100% cut through a cell wall. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultramicrotomy

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Instigator
--> @Intelligence_06

Hey sometime later you want to debate (unrated) should colleges use admission tests such as the sat act? I'll take yes.

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Instigator
--> @Intelligence_06

I didn't really understand how I lost because i said a human is invincible unless the DNA is changed but I said that in the first round, or the round where I show my statement

Thanks for debating with me, though.