Homeopathy is known to work as a placebo. How it works is NOT unknown. It has been tested for non-placebo effects and nobody has been able to claim the $1 million paranormal challenge prize.
Originally Posted by flerc
How it is claimed to work (water molecules retaining memory only of a certain substance and not all other substances it has contacted) is ruled out scientifically. It's not just that scientists don't know. The serial dilutions remove the substance that was added and the homeopathy types admit this. They just go on to claim (on no evidence whatsoever) that the water molecules retain the memory of the substance. These people do not sit at the big science table but at the kiddie table of irrational nonsense.
Sharon, mother of identical twin girls with scoliosis
No island of sanity.
Question: What do you call alternative medicine that works?
"We are all African."