This is a little video article that fairly well sums up my feelings about the new age science of homeopathy.
Homeopathy i/ˌhoʊmiˈɒpəθi/ (also spelled homoeopathy or homœopathy; from the Greek hómoios- ὅμοιος- "like-" + páthos πάθος "suffering") is a form of alternative medicine originated by Samuel Hahnemann (1755–1843), based on the idea that a substance that causes the symptoms of a disease in healthy people will cure that disease in sick people. This axiom is known as "the law of similars" or "like cures like". Scientific research has found homeopathic remedies ineffective and their postulated mechanisms of action implausible. Within the medical community homeopathy is generally considered quackery.
Ben Goldacre explains how homeopathy works. Is less really more?
Ben Goldacre, Guardian columnist and author of Bad Science, explores homeopathy and the placebo effect. Not all alternative therapies are equal, you know
This funny little comedy sketch about homeopathy is more telling than one could possibly imagine.
Hilarious sketch from the fourth episode of series three of 'That Mitchell and Webb Look.'
Ben Goldacre Talks Bad Science.
Ben Goldacre Talks Bad Science
Author of the Guardian's weekly "Bad Science" column and Bad Science: Quacks, Hacks, and Big Pharma Flacks, British physician Ben Goldacre dismantles the questionable science behind an assortment of drug trials, court cases, and events of our time.
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