You can't prove a negative is not a rule of logic. Go back to school.

Can you prove 2+2 is not equal to 58.

No you can't prove a negative.

Assume 2+2= 58

2= 1+1

1+1+1+1= count them =4

4=58

initial assumption is false

2+2 is in fact not equal to 58 negative proved. This is a counter example to the statement "You can't prove a negative"

"You can't prove a negative" is false

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Yes you can make general statements that are true.

"All general statements are false" is not a rule of logic. Go back to school.

"2+2 is always equal to 4". Is a general statement.

2=1+1

1+1+1+1=count them =4

4=4 true

The particular general statement "2+2 is always equal to 4" is true. "2+2 is always equal to 4" is a counter example to "All general statements are false".

"All general statements are false" is, in fact, its self false.