The author of the passage would probably consider which of the following judgments to be most similar to the reasoning of the highlighted "critics"? A. The world is certainly flat; therefore, the person proposing to sail around it is unquestionably foolhardy. B. Radioactivity cannot be directly perceived; therefore, a scientist could not possibly control it in a laboratory. C. The painter of this picture could not intend it to be funny; therefore, its humor must result from a lack of skill. D. Traditional social mores are beneficial to culture; therefore, anyone who deviates from them acts destructively. E. Filmmakers who produce documentaries deal exclusively with facts; therefore, a filmmaker who reinterprets particular events is misleading us.