Homeopathy is the "one woo to Rule Them All".
To have an open mind about homeopathy or similarly implausible forms of alternative medicine (eg, Bach Flower remedies, spiritual healing, crystal therapy) is therefore not an option. We think that a belief in homeopathy exceeds the tolerance of an open mind. We should start from the premise that homeopathy cannot work and that positive evidence reflects publication bias or design flaws until proved otherwise. If not, we must believe that water has a selective memory, recalling the 1 × 10−9molecule of the mother tincture in favor of the multitude of molecules that are likely to be present in concentrations orders of magnitude greater.
Oliver Wendell Holmes published "Homeopathy and its Kindred Delusions" in 1842.
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