Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Ontological Argument For The Existence of Rainbow-Farting Unicorns

P(1)': It is possible that a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists.
P(2)': If it is possible that a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists, then a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists in some possible worlds.
P(3)': If a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists in some possible worlds, then a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists in all possible worlds.
P(4)': If a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists in all possible worlds, then a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists in the actual world.
P(5)': If a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists in the actual world, then a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists.
C(1)': Therefore, a necessarily existing rainbow-farting unicorn exists.

See?  A Rainbow-Farting Unicorn!

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