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  1. I smell a Faulty generalization here – “a conclusion about all or many instances of a phenomenon that has been reached on the basis of just one or just a few instances of that phenomenon”.
    There are a great many cases of microcephaly that occur independently of the Zika virus, and a great many cases of Zika virus infection of pregnant women whose children do not develop microcephaly or any other neuro-developmental abnormality.
    Koch’s Postulates call this Bullshit.

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