> > The maxim "unless you use a double-blind, you
> really can't
> > draw valid conclusions" holds, I think. Other
> factors are
> > just too hard to control for. I'm frankly amazed
> at how
> > researchers almost never properly qualify their
> > Take one criticism of the above statistic: the
> really sick, the
> > generally unhealthy, the depressed---all will have
> a tendency to
> > both skip church and die early. Duh!
> > Lee Corbin
Good point. Could researchers take the water at
Lourdes and do some kind of double-blind? Would it be
How about doing Kirlian photography on the water,
compare it to other water? I know Kirlian might be
rather old hat stuff, but it's the only example I
have. There must be other ways to do this with other
miracle juice from other places.
Why was/is this not done?
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