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A powerful general fallacy category is "jumping to conclusions" which consists of _____.

using humor or ridicule
OR
closing an issue before all the evidence is in
OR
arguing from ignorance

I BELIEVE IT IS THE LAST ONE aruing from ignorance.

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    I disagree.

    Think about the meaning of the word "conclusions" and it should be obvious.

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