A blunt, shit-stained instrument wielded indiscriminately to bludgeon pseudoscience, superstition, blind faith and common or garden irrational bollocks.
Excellent as always. Thanks for your great work.
I laughed so loud at the Daily Mail page my parents wanted to know what was going on.
My own contribution:http://tessera2009.blogspot.com/2010/01/dr-kendalls-patent-homeopathic-remedies.html
"The Placebo effect" page made me laugh the most but the whole thing is fantastic.
Excellent use of illustrations. I should point out that according to the Daily Mail, coffee both causes and cures cancer - so perhaps their thinking on health is not that far removed from Hahnemann's.I wrote to Boots about the ethics of selling inert medicines to ignorant customers: here.
Bloody superb, as expected, Crispian!You're really shaking things up.
If you're overdosing, you will need a designated Homeopathic First Aider. I'm bringing a pack of Polos with me in case anyone suffers harmful effects - mint stops homeopathic remedies working, which is why you can't use regular toothpaste with them. Safe.
I'll see if I can come up with something... This is really fun.
I think that the The Ladybird Book of Homeopathic Treatment & High Street Chemists is really nice one to read and have because it has so much to learn about the Homeopathic Treatment & High Street Chemists.Term Papers
I think science alone of all the subjects contains within itself the lesson of the danger of belief in the infallibility of the greatest teachers in the proceeding generation.
Page 6! Hahahahahaha... My new android wallpaper.....
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