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Human factor which is smoking a clear explanation for the choice

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    Your sentence makes no sense as written. It lacks a verb. ("is" is part of a separate clause).

    You call smoking a "human factor". It is certainly a factor affecting human health. What "choice" are you talking about?

    A similar question is asked more clearly at

    Check the answer there.

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