Proving Non-existence - Me, myself and I.
If I walked into a room with absolutely nothing and someone said to me there's actually a chair in it, do I still have to prove it's an empty room? Such is what theists demand of atheists when they ask for proof of the non-existence of the supernatural. It is not for the one saying, "there is nothing," to prove there is nothing. If there's nothing, there simply is nothing. There's nothing to prove. It is for the one saying, "there is something," to substantiate the validity of the claim.
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