Stand to Reason is some sort of Christian apologetics organization that I don't know much about. They have this program for high school students where they come up to UC Berkeley and meet godless university students, presumably to "inoculate" them. They did it last year, and it was all quite civil. I didn't blog about it probably because nothing piqued my interest. They're doing it again tonight, but I probably won't blog about it. In fact I might not go at all, because I'm feeling a little sick.
But I was amused to have a glimpse of their YouTube channel. For fun...
The main problem with this video is... who the hell claims that quantum mechanics casts doubt on the laws of logic? I'm not sure if he actually met an atheist who said that, or if he misunderstood something an atheist said, or if it's made up from whole cloth. The rest of the argument is well-reasoned enough, but he kind of missed the crucial step of citing his opponent.
Also, while it is true that we shouldn't be dazzled by complicated jargon, this is only heuristic reasoning. Clearly there exist valid arguments which are difficult to understand and involve lots of jargon! One possible resolution is to ask an expert. As a physicist, I can tell you that quantum mechanics does not cast doubt on logic, and does nothing of the sort.