2+2=5? (Lawrence Krauss vs William Lane Craig)





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http://drcraigvideos.blogspot.com - It seems that pseudo-thinkers will use science to prove literally anything and everything... even if it means 2+2=5. As Dr. William Lane Craig demonstrates atheists like Lawrence Krauss (who made said mathematical claim while stating classical logic is "wrong"!) and Peter Atkins will go to desperate and irrational lengths to disprove theism.

Note: When Krauss said that classical logic like 2+2=4 is wrong, Krauss apologists came to the rescue. They are saying that Krauss is speaking of exteremely high values of 2. So a high value of 2 would be 2.5 (although I don't see how 2.5 counts as an EXTREMELY HIGH VALUE), thus 2.5+2.5=5. Oddly, if that was the case, then Krauss just contradicted himself! Because earlier he said classical logic is wrong, but by assuming that 2.5+2.5=5, then CLASSICAL LOGIC IS RIGHT.

William Lane Craig's debate with Lawrence Krauss: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list...

William Lane Craig's debate with Peter Atkins: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpPwfJ...


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