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The argument draws a conlusion that a folk remedy* for insomnia, the scent in lavender flowers, has proved effective, which

July 15th, 2011

The argument draws a conlusion that a folk remedy* for insomnia, the scent in lavender flowers, has proved effective, which is based on some unconvincing evidence and unfounded assumptions. To demonstrate the claim, the arguer indicates that a study shows the folk remedy for insomnia works by a test that 30 volunteers with chronic insomnia sleeping ecah night lasted for 3 weeks on lavender-scented pillows. Nevertheless, several important concerns, which are not thoroughly well-reasoned, cause neither the assumptions nor the conclusion is compelling.

Green Thumb Gardening Center

July 14th, 2011

The argument draws a conclusion that a evidence show the increasingly interest of consumers in growing their own vegetables, which is only based on some unconvincing evidence and unfounded assumptions. To demonstrate the claim, the arguer indicates that in the survey many consumers do not like the vegetables available in supermarkets. Additionlly, the arguer asserts that the gardening magazine GreatGardens solds very well. Moreover the arguer infers that Green Thumb Gardening Center will benefit well from expanding the different seeds stocked for gardeners. Nevertheless, several important concerns, which are not thoroughly well-reasoned, cause neither the conclusion nor the assumptions are compelling.

The merger

July 14th, 2011

The argument draws a conclusions that it approve of merging the townships of Roseville and West Roseville, which is only based on some unconvincing evidence and unfounded assumptions. To demonstrate the claim, the arguer indicates that after the merger the problem of confusion would be disappeared. Additionally, the arguer asserts that the savings in administrative costs would be enormous. Moreover, the arguer infers that there is no doubt the merger will have increasingly commercial potential. Nevertheless, several important concerns, which are not thoroughly well-reasoned, cause neither the conclusion nor the assumptions are compelling.

The argument draws a conclusion that to add bicycle lanes rather than traffic lanes will reduce rush-hour traffic on Blue

July 14th, 2011

The argument draws a conclusion that to add bicycle lanes rather than traffic lanes will reduce rush-hour traffic on Blue Highway, which is only based on some unconvincing evidence and unfounded assumptions. To demonstrate the claim, the arguer indicates that the additional traffic lane on nearby Green Highway was built and it made rush-hour traffic jams increase there. The arguer also asserts that plenty of residents are avid bicyclists and they would like to bicycle more hours per week when a bicycle lane is built. Nevertheless, several important concerns, which are not thoroughly well-reasoned, cause neither the assumptions nor the conclusion is compelling.

The improvement in Ocean View

July 12th, 2011

The argument draws a conclusion that to build a golf course and resort hotel in Ocean View is the best way to improve Hopewell's economy, which is only based on some unconvincing evidence and unfounded assumptions. To demonstrate the claim, the arguer indicate that a new golf course and resort hotel were built and then tourism, new businesses and tax in Ocean View have increased. Nevertheless, several important concerns, which are not thoroughly well-reasoned, cause neither the assumptions nor the conclusion is compelling.

Medical essay

July 11th, 2011

In this argument, the arguer concludes that all patients diagnosed with muscle strain would be cured by taking antibiotics as part of their treatment. To support the claim, the arguer points out patients with secondary infection recovering from severe muscle strain is much slower according to the suspicion of doctors. Additionally, the arguer also indicates there is a result by comparing the recuperation time between two groups to support the above hypothesis. Nevertheless, the argument not throughout well-reasoned since it presents deficient evidence causes neither the assumption nor the conclusion is compelling. I will discuss each of deficient evidence in turn.

Election in Clearview

July 11th, 2011

In this argument, the arguer concludes that the environmental problems in Clearview will be solved if residents of Clearview elect the Ann Green rather than Frank Braun. To support the claim, the arguer indicates that Frank Braun, who is a member of the Clearview town council, is not protecting the environment, yet Ann Green is a member of the Good Earth Coalition. In Addition, the author also takes a series of facts happening in Clearview for example in order to strengthen the argument. Nevertheless, the argument not thoroughly well-reasoned since it presents deficient evidence causes neither the assumptions nor the conclusion is compelling. I will discuss each of insufficient points in turn.

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