Justin Centeno Conv 7

I chose to explain the Burden of Proof. It means that if someone makes an outrageous claim with no proof whatsoever, they feel the claim is completely true when no one proves it wrong. For example, If I say that the multiverse is real, and since you can’t prove its not, then I’m right. I made a claim that the multiverse is real while giving no evidence to back it up in any way. I then shove the burden of proof on you to have to prove that I’m wrong. This is the Burden of Proof Fallacy. I made the claim and due to that the burden of proof, like in court, must fall on me. I have to prove my claim, yet I pushed it to another.

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