The Physics of Homeopathy Explained: Part Two
How does homeopathy work? It uses the dilithium matrix to stabilize the warp pressure enough to maintain the inertia necessary to gather deuterium particles with the brassard collectors. Oh wait, that’s Star Trek.
But via the hilarious site Homeopathy World Community comes this gem, which isn’t much different. Sit back and enjoy.
Homeopaths are still struggling to explain how water can have medicinal effects. Rather than admitting that these treatments are profoundly unscientific, and don’t actually work, they string together meaningless technobabble to make homeopathy sound scientific. But it’s a belief system – nothing more. And these tortured explanations are increasingly resembling self-parody.
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