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The agency cited flawed assumptions, including the unfounded conclusion that "oil sands crude will find a way to market with or without" the Keystone pipeline.
Following Erfe's unfounded conclusions, medical experts from all over the country, specifically the Philippine Society of Pathologists (PSP), questioned his findings given that there is no medical evidence linking Dengvaxia to the deaths of the children who were given the vaccine.
Ralph Recto's description of federalism and urged the senator to study the issue more carefully to avoid unfounded conclusions.
Hanen makes other unfounded conclusions, including that Obama failed to follow required procedures for changing federal immigration rules.
The unfounded conclusions announced by the temporary parliamentary commission during the parliamentary hearings have damaged the image of the Kumtor Operating Company and of Centerra Gold Inc.
inaccurate information and then drawn into unfounded conclusions,
Vehemence voiced by a coterie of trainers, supported by the National Trainers' Federation central command, has centred on projected income figures from broadcasters who set up their overseas schemes a year ago, balanced against claims about extra costs, and riddled with unfounded conclusions, such as Mark Johnston's, that "a lot of" the forecast fall in the current levy yield is down to 48-hour declarations.
The following examples from the report show how the failure to apply a scientific method resulted in unfounded conclusions.
I try to explain to them as well that quantitative research is not automatically "good"--that sloppy quantitative researchers can use poorly designed questionnaires, faulty statistical designs and inappropriate samples, thus reaching unfounded conclusions.
Our organization is finally able to fund research that will help us challenge, with authority, the flawed data and unfounded conclusions foisted on the public by the organized tortfeasors.