liveonearth (liveonearth) wrote,

Homeopathy fights for relevance in my Inbox

This article was emailed out to everyone in my class at NCNM. The premise is that pathogenic bacteria and viruses have certain DNA sequences that induce distinctive electromagnetic waves at very high aqueous dilutions. This phenomenon is supposed to be due to resonance triggered by the ambient electromagnetic background of very low frequency waves. The EM signature is strongest at dilutions at a range corresponding with the homeopathic dilutions of 5x to 12x, and needs to be shaken violently to form. Furthermore it does not occur if the sample is frozen or heated....all of these findings are the same as what homeopaths say about their medicine. Last but not least, the researchers are said to have found the same EM signals in the plasma and DNA of patients with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, MS and RA. Can't wait until they figure out how to cure all that. Check out the way this article is written, using big words and high associations to gain status for homeopathy.Collapse )
Tags: bacteria, electricity, homeopathy, marketing, science

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