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    Not Correct Conclusion
    quantummist posted:
    This article makes a error in scientific deduction... It attempts to blame pollution from fossil fuel usage as Causality for increase in heart attack rates... Where they Actually give the actual cause that is more directly deduced as a causation factor that is totally disregarded in the article... The Rise of Automation and Transport leads to a more sedate life style with less daily work out in life since there is Less manual labor and less physical effort over ones life getting from place to place.. Just because of One explanation of an event can be given it does not make it the Only Reasonable explanation or even the Correct explanation... And the time line fits the rise of people becoming more sedate due to a greater use of technology and the reduction fits the time line of assorted exercise movements to address obesity and sedate life styles along with New medicines and treatments brought about by that very same technological rise....
    iride6606 responded:
    Interesting conclusion, which article were you referring to?

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