Syntax fail. It's disbelief or denial, not disbelief and denial.
A disbelief based on absence by either side.
'Opposed to' in the sense of 'as opposed to', or 'in contrast with'.
I agree, it works both ways.
Well, when you're reduced to these kinds of word games, I get the impression that there's nothing of value left to discuss. Smiley
lol... if you come to that conclusion, I won't be upset.
Actually, there is (or are). It's a scientific fact that the luminiferous aether and phlogiston are not evidenced in reality, are superfluous to requirements, and as such - to all intents and purposes - don't exist.
producing light: the luminiferous properties of a gas. aether? lol... phlogiston is a non existent chemical.
so lets put this word game together. The producing light of aether and phlogiston is not evidence in reality and they are superfluous "more than enough; overabundant; extra to requirements", and such as to all intents and purposes - don't exist. Simplified = A chemical that doesn't exist of course shows no evidence. Equating a non existence of a chemical is no where near a non existence of a Supernatural being. That was a nice try though. This is also called speculation.
Irrelevant, unless you can demonstrate the existence of anything else.
Wrong. It's totally relevant based on the possibility of a fallacy. Being non conclusive is irrelevant? lmao...
And you assert that, on what grounds? One crackpot web site? You think that has any standing against the definitions above?
Your not relating the study of multi-dimensions as a crackpot idea are you? To you it is a crackpot idea even though science is studying it? Wouldn't that be hypocritical being a scientific thinker>? lol...
IOW, your proposition is not only sheer speculation, it's sheer speculation by definition. Thank you for playing.
All propositions are sheer speculation till proven other wise. I don't deny its a proposition. In fact, propositions are known as theories as well. Back to square one, we all choose a theory, belief or propositions.
–noun, plural -ries.
1. a coherent group of general propositions used as principles of explanation for a class of phenomena: Einstein's theory of relativity.
2. a proposed explanation whose status is still conjectural, in contrast to well-established propositions that are regarded as reporting matters of actual fact.
3. Mathematics. a body of principles, theorems, or the like, belonging to one subject: number theory.
4. the branch of a science or art that deals with its principles or methods, as distinguished from its practice: music theory.
5. a particular conception or view of something to be done or of the method of doing it; a system of rules or principles.
6. contemplation or speculation.
7. guess or conjecture.
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