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Okay, this article is not going to prove Atheism per se. However, I am going to address the question "Can you prove atheism?". If atheism is correct, or belief-in-god is false(whatever) you can. It may be hard, but hard =! impossible. Atheists(as an atheist I don't support that view) would say that you can't prove atheism but you can only disprove belief-in-god. But isn't that the same thing? Let me use an analogy. If I disprove the existence of Planet-X aren't I proving that it doesn't exist? Why is it different for atheism? You might say "burden of proof"! But this wiki-page has nothing to do with burden of proof.