The Nonexistence Theorem

God is logically impossible.

I get it now:

(via Pablo Moroe)

  • http://msatheists.org Oliver

    Do shadows…. have shadows? It’s something to not think about.

  • Sub

    Oxygen doesn’t cast a shadow.

  • http://www.claire-eclectic.com ashes

    Oh well, I guess that means there are no photons in the universe.. But as long as we have decisive proof there’s no god, it’s clearly worth it. ;) Lights out, everyone!

  • Logic Dictates

    Shadows don’t have shadows, therefore shadows don’t exist, therefore nothing has a shadow, therefore nothing exists. QED

  • James

    The sad thing is, this actually sounds like the logic of the ontological argument.

  • Miko

    I feel the need to say: “the negated existential quantifier is misplaced.” That is all.

  • Bartlettman

    Indeed Miko, it should be placed before God. Only if God does not exist where would before him be? Oh wait, I had my Creationist Moron Auto-Confusion Compounder set to full-Hovind.

    For the w.f.f “Alarm” of the Language L1, for all assignments of values to free variables a and some structure A,

    Val(Alarm,A,a) = F

    (/preposterously over-wrought logic in-joke)

  • Richard Wade

    Does the sun have a shadow?
    Does a thought have a shadow?
    Does sound have a shadow?
    What is the shadow of the smell of a rose?
    Does time have a shadow?
    Does the universe have a shadow?

  • Seth C.

    A hearty haha at the “but Jesus is still a friend of mine” line.

    For those of you who don’t know the video from where this line originated, you can view it on Youtube.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-NOZU2iPA8

  • llewelly

    Wait a minute. Does this mean that as soon as I close the closet door, all the stuff in there stops existing?

  • mikespeir

    How do I know God doesn’t have a shadow? I don’t even know where to look for one!

  • Iztok

    How do I know God doesn’t have a shadow? I don’t even know where to look for one!

    What do you mean you don’t know where to look for one? God is supposedly everywhere so wherever you look there should be a shadow.

  • Axegrrl

    The sad thing is, this actually sounds like the logic of the ontological argument.

    SO true!

    And speaking of, I’m consistently baffled by the number of people who seem to find the ontological argument ‘persuasive’ in any way…..but they’re out there!

  • mikespeir

    What do you mean you don’t know where to look for one? God is supposedly everywhere so wherever you look there should be a shadow.

    Ooh! Good point. But…how do I know there’s not shadow everywhere?

  • Autumnal Harvest

    Ooh! Ohh! I see a flaw in the proof. Sorry, there’s insufficient room in the margins of this blog to explain the flaw.

  • http://thegreenbelt.blogspot.com The Ridger

    It’s Destiny who doesn’t cast a shadow!

    And that last line reads “Jesus is a friend of mime” – o noes!

  • http://purplebard.livejournal.com Drew

    Air has no shadow. Gravity has no shadow. Data has no shadow.


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