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Arguing since it is easier to imagine x happening, x is more likely to happen.
Argumentum ad Naturam (Naturalistic Fallacy)
Arguing that since something is natural, it is right or good. CONVERSELY, arguing that since something is unnatural, it is bad or wrong.
Denying the Antecedent
If p happens, the q will happen. p did not happen. Therefore q did not happen. (However, q can be caused by something other than p)
Argumentum ad Misericordiam (Appeal to Pity)
Arguing that a person's claim is true or good because they deserve pity (for unrelated reasons)
A response to a claim that diverts attention from the merits of the claim instead of addressing them.