Flawed: Not all tests can be failed, an IQ test for example. There is no criteria to fail.Apples and oranges. You can only get test answers correct or incorrect, not the test in its entirety. You're using the words "correct" and "incorrect" inaccurately. A test can either be passed or failed, and whether you pass or fail will depend on the specific criteria for that particular test. However, if the criteria is that getting 70% of the answers correct is necessary to pass, then you will absolutely fail if you only get 69% correct.
Criteria is predetermined because we view the world around us as binary. I already said that.
I would not fall if the building were floating in space. Therefore, I would not fall every time. And your statement therefore is inaccurate.Umm...no, I'm not. I never said falling to the ground would kill you. It may, or it may not. But fall you will. Every time.
You seem to not understand what the argument is, so I’ll say it differently: There is an exception to everything, even this statement.