"Finding that online is not scientific proof. We're you alive in 1880? Did you meet any of these people? Did they tell you why they made the LOA concept?"

People living today have the same access to the original creators' texts online as people in 1880 had in printed books. It's exactly the same material. You're essentially arguing against yourself because asserting that no one knows for sure about it would have to apply to the people in 1880 as well. Your argument is an appeal to ignorance, which is a logical fallacy. The text in the creators' books is precisely the data he's referring to, a intellectual creation that has absolutely no scientific basis.

"When you start trusting data with no proof...your a person of FAITH.." That's blind faith, which is utterly reliable. A person is stronger in faith when it is substantiated by knowledge, which itself is supported by data and facts.

"Just like everyone else" Not to say that faith is a bad thing, it certainly isn't. But that's a generalization, your second logical fallacy. There's certainly quite a few in the world who are not people of faith.

Before you posit an argument, please review it for logical fallacies.

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