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I have a bone to pick with this one. Doesn't answer choice A attack the study itself? Is it not unreasonable to conclude that if the smells were not perfect reproductions, then it attacks the validity of the results (i.e. maybe the factory bros didn't recognize the smell).
Just for full disclosure, I originally put D, and I am still having some trouble eliminating it. Isn't this beyond the scope? So what if the factory is emitting the perfume that my ex-girl friend uses?
Just want to point out I eliminated a for the reason stated above...
I chose c and justified it by thinking that participants in a blind smell test don't necessarily find out if their guesses in previous tests were right, and if we aren't told that, we can't assume it. Therefore having smelled the scent before doesn't mean you know what it is. Did I totally overthink this or what?
I easily anticipate C,D, E and eliminate them.
but I couldn't eliminate A. I thought A was possible to weaken because the point ' not perfectly reproduced' is possible to be other causes for damage. That is while reproducing the chemical instance other things without sulfur is included and result in the damaging one's sens of smell.
I might think too much could you express why this idea is not considered?