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The topic raises the controversial issue of whether thinking power of humans for themselves is going to deteriorate by use of new coming technology. Indisputably, technology won’t let down to the thinking power of humans. However, people rely on technology will decline the thinking power of them. Thus, I generally disagree with the opinion that…

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The recommendations endorsed in the argument are that people who need nonprescription medications for the relief of excess stomach acid should choose Acid-Ease instead of Pepticaid. The conclusion is based on the assumptions that doctors have prescribed Acid-Ease 76 million more times than they have done for Pepticaid. However, the assumptions are of gross oversimplification,…

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This ad recommends non-prescription Acid-Ease over non-prescription Pepticaid for relief of excess stomach acid. The only reason offered is that doctors have written 76 million more prescriptions for the full-strength prescription form of Acid-Ease than for full-strength Pepticaid. While this reason is relevant, and provides some grounds for preferring Acid-Ease over Pepticaid, it is insufficient…