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Can you prove the Flying Spaghetti Monster doesn't exist?


I know this question sounds like I'm trolling but I assure you I'm trying to ask it legitimately. I see questions all the time on HubPages like "Do you believe in god?" and "If god doesn't exist, prove it." I would say these are perfectly logical questions for believers to ask of non believers, but I'm curious how those same believers would answer them about the FSM. Keep in mind, I'm not asking why you think god is real over the FSM, I'm asking if you can prove the FSM's non existence.

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    Matthew Kirk 4 years ago

    condescending


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    Matthew Kirk 4 years ago

    Making a statement, then saying 'it rings true' does not add any strength at all to the weight of your argument. Descartes said - 4+4 can only = 8, he was as sure as anyone could be he wasn't being deceived on that - Atheists feel the same about god.

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