February 1993 LSAT Section 1 Question 22
Mehran on November 10, 2018Hi @Parker-Zopp, thanks for your question. Let's first be sure - as always - that we fully understand what is happening in the stimulus. Here, there is an argument in the stimulus - the skeptics' viewpoint. If we were to summarize that viewpoint (i.e., if we were to paraphrase the skeptics' main point/conclusion), we should say that people's widespread belief that unusual animal behavior can predict impending earthquakes is based on "selective coincidence."