David Lubkin writes:
> It is essential in science to *first* get the facts and then decide what they mean.
> The many double-blind studies (and other evidence) says there are facts. If
> they don't fit our theories, then our theories are inadequate.
Strange, the homeo studies I've heard of so far have all been nonreproducible. The structured water hypothesis has been dropped because there is simply no evidence for a statistically significant effect at all. Of course everybody cites their favourite studies, but really, to the mainstream the high-potencies homeo is snake oil.