That is not a matter of dispute.
Clearly not all the rules of critical discussions apply directly to arguments.
Furthermore, scientific claims are always relative and provisional truths, never definitive: one demonstrable scientific argument replaces another.
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Appeal to thrive People argumentum ad populum df concluding that p on the grounds that dog people believe p Example 1 non-moral.