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Yesteday I was called anti-science for advocating homeopathy. It's a strange term and I'm not sure what it means. I understand anti-technology, which is the belief that technology causes more problems than it solves. I suppose anti-science means advocating some idea the scientific community does not accept. It's a strange inversion of science. What is supposed to be a method for discovering new ideas becomes a tool for criticizing old ones. As if there were some laundry list of things every right minded person must believe. Science, of course, being a living thing, grows and develops and what was believed yesterday is not believed today. One wonders if villians of the past. such as Lysenko, who taught that acquired traits can be inherited, and have been proven correct, will ever be rehabilitated.

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Comment by Dr. Robert Bruck on May 6, 2009 at 5:10pm
Science assumes that everything in the universe can be elucidated via empirical experimentation and statistically valid reproducibility of results. This is why many physicists and chemists despise biologists. Living systems defy the universal tenet of entropy and therefore are not always understandable. Homeopathy accepts certain scientific principles that are not fully understood - therefore being anathema to orthodox science. I prefer to regard homeopathy as a healing art. As so many have experienced- a good homeopath can mitigate disease- it works. Arguing with the scientific community is often a feckless activity.
Comment by Bernie Simon on April 19, 2009 at 8:40pm
A local homeopath told a story of how he once was a involved in an allopathic research project. The results were positive, but not statistically significant. They were in the margin of error. So they took the results to a statistician who showed them how they could manipulate the results so they became statistically significant. And that's what was done and how they were published. After that, the doctor swore he'd find a type of medicine that didn't use statistics, so he became a homeopath.
Comment by Debby Bruck on April 19, 2009 at 7:58pm
I agree with you Edouard. Observation is the way we view the world. Statistics can easily be manipulated to say whatever you want.
Comment by Dr Edouard Broussalian on April 19, 2009 at 4:30pm
In the medical field, the exact meaning of science has been lost a century ago when some people understood they could make big money selling their "ever new" drugs. Nowaday it's a matter of mind formatting, something very like what happens in the sects and the way they manipulate people.
Then happened the greates invention: statistics which give a very nice varnish of science. Depending on the budget you can easily trick any reality into what you want to prove, to show.
And as many doctors are not scientific, they prefer to read a newspaper to "learn" something rather than trying themselves.
This is why homeopathy is truely cartesian. Descartes says the opinion of the subject should based upon his own experience.
Comment by Dr Shashi Mohan Sharma on April 19, 2009 at 11:37am
One can not understanding Homeopathy, until you experience the practical benefits of this most scientific and natural science. It is like keeping clear of the swimming pool and desiring to learn swimming.
Comment by Debby Bruck on April 18, 2009 at 8:14am
Your theory may be correct. An inherited line of negative traits being passed down through generations. Too bad they won't try homeopathy.

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