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Which of the following may not qualify as a falsifiable claim?
a) Your luck will improve.
b) Your house will be sold tomorrow.
c) Granite is more dense than sand.
d) Smoking may cause heart disease.

I'm leaning towards (a); however, (c) sounds good too.

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    I agree that it's c.

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