That people dispute which answer is right doesn't mean there isn't a right answer. The mere fact of disagreement says precious little.
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Since there are some who do abuse infants for their own enjoyment, this has been shown not to be universally true.
The flaw of classical logic is that it depends on absolutes, particularly non-contradiction.
New information does not create a problem with logic itself. Rather, it is by logic that new information is able to contradict old information.
So, to say it another way: "Belief is a basis that could or could not be true, that is forever beholden to empirical evidence, to be proved or disproved." OR "Science proves or disproves faith."
This works fine in matters of the physical world. Things we can see, check, verify, quantify.
It doesn't solve my ice cream problem.