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A creator must exist
Just because we do not have the necessary tools to fully comprehend and understand the universe, does not mean it must have been created by a higher power. As our knowledge expands, our doubts and beliefs lessen.
Believing aliens is just as illogical as believing god.
"Aliens" already exist in the form of humans on earth, its simply the belief that biological matter can exist elsewhere as well as here.
Piracy should be banned and punished
Most income for artists comes through concerts, merchandise and sponsorships.
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Schools should be required to present creation as a theory alongside evolution, since neither can be proven superior over the other by science
Creationism is a part of christianity. As it sits, religion should not be thought of as "fact", but only as a belief. As such, evolution has far surpassed being simply "belief". If creationism is to be taught alongside evolution, then all other religious creationist beliefs should be taught as well.
Taking a life in order to save a thousand lives is morally and ethically acceptable
An inaction is still an action, and by not taking that life, you are indirectly taking a thousand lives. By not taking that life, you are dragging a thousand people into the equation.
Not evereyone should have the right to have children
To be able to have children, you should have to prove that you have the physical and mental resources needed to care for the child.
Games are art.
As long as it is able to enable an emotive response and communicate through it, then it can be considered art, regardless of the motivation for it's creation, be it monetary gain or fame.
Only actions that have a victim should be considered crime.
It's not clear right away wether or not an action has a victim.
School shootings are a mental health issue, not a gun issue.
Mental health is an issue in all countries, the easy access to guns however facilitates the actions committed. There is no doubt that mental illnesses are the root cause, but removing their tools would seriously hamper the probability of causing serious harm to others
The death penalty is wrong.
But the cost of keeping someone on death row is greater than holding them in standard incarceration.