Read and weep for the children that happen to be born to criminally deluded or gullible parents…
Can one of my Polish friends please translate the following (probably funny) diagram??
Of course we already knew this. At least, and assuming one does not live in an isolated bubble of delusion, one could suspect and expect this kind of criminal behaviour from a cult that believes in magic water with no shred of evidence
The Guardian, has an online column called “Comment is Free” where The Guardian, The Observer, and about 600 writers contribute with posts on religion, current affairs, politics, science, and health. Unavoidably, along with thought provoking “comments” you also get “bullshit” -as Penn and Teller would so vividly say.
More and more people and organizations are denouncing Homeopathy for what it is: witchcraft. In fact, this is the exact word the British Medical Association used in a motion it passed to urge the National Health Service to stop using tax money to fund unproven “medicine”.
Finally some good news on the front of freedom of information: Prof. Colquhoun has achieved an important victory in this domain! For years now (literally!) he has been asking the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) to provide their teaching material for their infamous BSc degree in homeopathy under the Freedom of Information Act.
Following the World Health Organization’s (WHO) condemnation of homeopathy as a cure for all sorts of dangerous ailments, prominent homeopaths complained that the WHO did not take into consideration the “growing evidence-base” of their favorite pet “therapy”! Now, we are all well aware that the evidence base ranges from inconclusive meta-analyses, to damning systematic reviews, so how this is a “growing evidence-base” FOR homeopathy is beyond me…