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Josh always wears his lucky jersey when the Texans play. One day, he forgets to wear his jersey and the Texans lose. He concludes that the team lost because he did not wear his jersey.

What is wrong with his logic?


It relies on distractions and false authority.


It uses ad hominem attacks to obfuscate the real reason the Texans lost.


It is a straw man argument with no way to prove its truth.


It is an instance of faulty causality, implying a correlation between the game's results and the lucky jersey.


It is a slippery slope argument.

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