James Randi launched a bold challenge Saturday that aims to debunk so-called homeopathic drugs. The fraud-busting magician even offered $1 million to any manufacturer who could prove they work as directed.Read more: James Randi's challenge and the search for science in homeopathy
Let's see if they'll do as Sylvia Brown has been doing for years: "I would take the challenge, but I can't seem to figure out how to get in touch with James Randi."
I would not bet they are even going to try.
Homeopathy always rises controversy, serious studies are needed.ReplyDelete
I wonder why it raises controversy? Maybe because it is closer to magic than to medicine?ReplyDelete
The problem is that "real" homeopathy does not have a plausible mechanism of action. There is nothing in it. Even popular news outlets come to this simple conclusion, as a recent canadian CBC special has shown.