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Busted logic[edit]

Curiously titled presentation of material that appears in Division by zero. Incomplete reference to a book(?) and unlikely claim at the end. Delete Gazpacho 07:49, 1 Oct 2004 (UTC)

  • Comment: Recreation of a previously deleted article. The article's talk page dates back to March of this year. Apparently the deleted version of the article was lost in a database crash, but a Google search for "busted logic" finds an out-of-date mirror containing the original version, which looks more or less the same as the current reincarnation. • Benc • 08:53, 1 Oct 2004 (UTC)
  • Delete: no useful content. Term "busted logic" is sometimes found, but it means nothing more than "logic which is busted (broken)". Can be speed deleted if someone finds evidence it was deleted before (as opposed to simply disappearing). Wile E. Heresiarch 14:36, 1 Oct 2004 (UTC)
  • Delete. Nonsense. The old "multiplying both sides of an equation by a variable equal to zero then dividing by the variable" "paradox", already covered in division by zero and invalid proof. Should not be a redirect because the title does not refer to either (or anything specific). Gwalla | Talk 17:45, 1 Oct 2004 (UTC)
  • Delete: This vanity article was deleted some time ago. It should be swiftly deleted again. -- Dominus 21:25, 1 Oct 2004 (UTC)
  • Delete. Illogical premises rarely result in logical conclusions. And, as ancient programmers used to say, "GIGO". Denni 20:14, 2004 Oct 3 (UTC)
  • Delete. --Improv 16:38, 4 Oct 2004 (UTC)
  • Patent nonsense, not even worthy of BJAODN. Delete. -- Mike Rosoft 13:39, 5 Oct 2004 (UTC)