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Originally Posted by Taco MacArthur
Without speaking to the specifics here...if you present an claim that "X is true", then all it takes is a single counterexample where "X is not true" to prove that it's flawed. That's how logic works.

In logic this is a truism: If a sweeping generalized statement is made a single specific example contradicting it is all that's needed to prove the general statement invalid.