I got involved in an argument on Huf Post about Homeopathic remedies with some true believers. The article clames that a cure for Fibromyalgia is within reach using this stuff. I made this comment:
I have a *great* idea. Mr. Ullman says:
“Over 200 years of homeopathic practice have found that homeopathic medicines that are of a higher potency—that is, those that have undergone a greater number of dilutions, with vigorous shaking of the solution in between dilutions—have a longer term effect”
So - get some extract of poison ivy, cross the Canadian boarder at upstate N.Y. Find your way to Niagara falls and drop it in. Then rush back downstream and scoop out some of that now super dilution that has been shaken so hard by the fall.
Fibromyalgia can now be cured AND since the water will find its way to the ocean and then, by evaporation back to Canada and over the falls again in a few years it will become EVEN STRONGER.
The possibilities are staggering.
The comment was rejected by the moderator for the article but for the life of me I can’t see anything out of order in it.
Am I missing something?