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I always question presuppositions, one of the major ones I hear a lot is "Your reflexes slow down as you get older".

Asking the internet oracle SEARCH ENGINE does not produce more than restatements of the presupposition in question. I'm lacking the hard data to prove GREATER AGE = SLOWER REFLEXES. But even if older people had less reflexes on average (which is true); this doesn't actually prove "greater age = slower reflexes", because we could be dealing with factors that are separate from age and more to do with culminations, common dysfunctions or even culture (Thus; age having nothing to do with reflexes).

Let's have at it! Who knows if Age really has a thing to do with reflexes?
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