posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 01:33 AM
This is a total example of a fallacious argument, as in philosophy.
If any of the PREMISS is incorrect and contains fallacy, then even if the other PREMISS are true, the argument is INVALID and is a FALLACIOUS ARGUMENT
You cannot change the fact of it being fallacy, no matter how much you underline the true PREMISS and CONCLUSION, if it contains ANY false PREMISS,
it's false. No if and or buts.
Justify it as you will, but continued fallacy just proves the argument valid that discernment between folly and truth exists.
Now, prove it wrong.
edit on 26-1-2012 by trekwebmaster because: (no reason given)