I agree with Mr. B
that the syllogism fails. There is an implied premise that needs to be explicitly stated. Once stated, it shows the failure. The argument as stated below is valid
, but not sound
P1. You cannot measure or observe what is not there.P2. That which can be neither measured nor observed by any known means does not exist.
P3. You cannot measure or observe God.
C1. God does not exist.
Since the implied P2 cannot be shown to be true, the argument is unsound.
(I think this discussion properly belongs to the Philosophy board. Now please, everyone, lock your wigs, let the air out of your shoes and prepare yourselves for a period of simulated exhilaration--we're off!)