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  • Shivani, get off your phone immediately! It's hard for me to understand why kids are so addicted to their phones these days...Without phones these days it is like a Great Depression to you guys...Everyone says that using your cellphone is the entire world believes it! Bandwagon; Historical Allusion
  • There is no scientific research to prove that using your phone can be harmful...
  • Ms. McNeal wondered why this student would not believe her. She was a teacher, after all.
  • This topic is a hot potato. People have been taking about it for millions of years so it must be true... Idiom; Argument from Antiquity
  • Even Ms. Fernalld agrees that cell phone radiation is harmful, so what the internet says doesn't matter! Argument from Authority
  • Although Ms. Fernalld is my teacher, I tend to disagree with her sometimes thinking ScienceNet is more reliable than her
  • As cell phone usage has increased, scientists have been perceiving a positive correlation between cell phone usage and brain tumors. Many biological effects are caused by the radiofrequency energy which are emitted by cellphones at a very high level in the micro frequency range. This causes many heating effects towards the brain. Waves can rearrange DNA structure. Appeal to Quantum Physics
  • I disagree with that research...
  • No, I didn't say that...
  • Oh, so you don't believe anything the internet says? Straw Man Argument
  • Shivani thought to herself what all that gibberish had meant.
  • You never let me use my phone…. pick one…hate phones or love phones. Anyway, you are always saying to take them out in class, but you won’t let me play my game… Excluded Middle
  • I think that phones are harmful, and they spread many diseases. Theycause cancer and can cause brain damage and so much more. I also heard thatsomeone passed away because of using their phone too much…Why do you not thinkphones are harmful…? *continues talking about the same thing repeatedly for awhile* Euphemism; Proof by Verbosity
  • Whatever, I won’t use my phone anymore, but can you give me candy? Red Herring
  • Whatever, I won't use my phone anymore
  • How is that related to this topic?
  • The Newton of our school doesn’t have a phone, and that explains thatphones make you dumber and distract you from your studies. Literary Allusion
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