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27 Nov 2003, 11:30
MartinMag wrote:

E

A...The conclusion is not categorical...its only says "can".. so the

argument is not really proving the truth of the conclusion..

B...Nowhere is it mentioned that lean young adults are the ONLY condition

to have a longer life.

C..There is no underlying cause...one is said to cause the second...

D...again..there is no categorial statement that LEAN YOUNG ADULTS is

the ONLY condition for a unusually long life.

E...i think E is best...not everyone who is lean will necessarily live longer..

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