Fallacies

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  • Antebellum South Carolina 2016
  • I'll be darned! I bet it appears as so because of that mythical Wild Hunt sparkling their magic across the great sky to turn it into majestic colours.
  • Say, Beauregard; have you ever pondered the reason behind the crepuscular sky?
  • Well, I don'tknow about Celtic war fairies, but I'd propose that Aurora Borealis is the cause of the iridescent sky
  • No, Sally-Anne.
  • That makes sense, but your logical reasonin' opens us to the possibility that magic is responsible.
  • Simple deductive argumentation, darlin': the premises create the proper conditions for northern ligths. Solar particles striking Earth's atmosphere create northern lights, and electrons moving from this high-energy state to a low energy state colour the gases in the atmosphere. Therefore, that is aurora borealis.
  • Don't contradict yourself. You cannot agree that science is accountable and also find weighting in supernatural phenomena. The principle of non-contradiction'll get you every time. Ruins a perfectly persuasive, viable argument.
  • If everything is so peachy keen, then where's your hat?
  • Meanwhile, in Faerieland...
  • See, Gwyn. I told you those humans wouldn't notice that you stole that hat. Their deductive reasoning won't allow the possibility.
  • Our whole world is a fallacy to them. A revered false image.
  • One day later
  • If they could take my hat, I can take what's theirs! The aim of the wise is not to secure pleasure, but to avoid pain!
  • It's just a hat! Two wrongs don't make a right!
  • The End
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