Argument from fallacy

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An Argument from Fallacy is an argument that has one or more fundamentally wrong statements or points.
 
An Argument from Fallacy is an argument that has one or more fundamentally wrong statements or points.
 
An example of one of these arguments would be "If we came from monkeys, why do monkeys still exist?"
 
An example of one of these arguments would be "If we came from monkeys, why do monkeys still exist?"

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Argument from Fallacy

An Argument from Fallacy is an argument that has one or more fundamentally wrong statements or points. An example of one of these arguments would be "If we came from monkeys, why do monkeys still exist?"

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