============================== CFJ 3498 ==============================
Every statement is ambiguous.
Called by 天火狐: 19 May 2017
Assigned to Gaelan: 19 May 2017
Judged FALSE by Gaelan: 26 May 2017
* Every statement is written in one language.
* Translation between any two languages is inherently ambiguous.
* Therefore, every statement is ambiguous at least in every language
the statement was not originally written in.
* Agora does not formally make preference to any one language, and
recognizes differences in dialect (CFJ 1439).
* Thus, every statement is ambiguous.
Agora is ossified if it is IMPOSSIBLE for any reasonable
combination of actions by players to cause arbitrary rule
changes to be made and/or arbitrary proposals to be adopted
within a four-week period.
If, but for this rule, the net effect of a proposal would cause
Agora to become ossified, or would cause Agora to cease to
exist, it cannot take effect, rules to the contrary
notwithstanding. If any other single change to the gamestate
would cause Agora to become ossified, or would cause Agora to
cease to exist, it is cancelled and does not occur, rules to the
Judging this as TRUE would cause Agora to become ossified (proposals are
created by announcement, announcements must be unambiguous). Therefore,
it is IMPOSSIBLE to judge this CFJ as TRUE. Therefore, I judge as FALSE.
Additional argument: ambiguous is a relative term, but it is clear from
game precedent that in this context it means “reasonably unambiguous to
the players of Agora."