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A logical fallacy in induction where the conclusion is denied despite strong inductive evidence. Although they might be right, they are probably not and more proof is necessary to show that they are.

Example: The last 12 times you tried that, you blew up the lab. You haven't changed anything. Yet, you insist it will work.

Kind of hard to prove it, since they're already ignoring the obvious. A clue-by-four may be required.

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