Dec 10, 2013 at 11:25:20
“Homeopathy is valid, according to the results of double blind studies. The factor you're failing to take into account is the percussion applied to the vials during the dilution process. That's what infuses the solution with the "essence" or "energy" of the original chemical substance. Homeopathics work on an electromagnetic level, not a chemical one. I know that sounds esoteric, but the scientific double blind studies, don't lie.
BTW, there are plenty of doctors who don't vaccinate their own kids, too.”
KellyMBray on Jan 11, 2014 at 19:01:05
“I see. I have a degree in physics and I would for you explain how banging on the vials produces a long lasting effect on the *electromagnetic level*. Let me get my popcorn and I am all ears.
Please post the double blind studies showing homeopathy works, and the studies showing the number of doctors who do not vaccinate their families.”
Dec 9, 2013 at 14:55:56
“Because whether or not it's safe, is debatable.”
KellyMBray on Jan 11, 2014 at 19:07:46
“No, not among scientists, researchers, and medical personnel who actually have studied the issue.. Among people who get their information from Mercola, Tenpenney and other useless sources I am sure they are concerned.”
Dec 9, 2013 at 14:09:24
“Keep in mind when you say "science," you don't mean science, you mean "science." Medicine is not an exact science, and more of an art than a science. Everyone's opinion is valid when it comes to medicine.”
Bike Commuter on Dec 10, 2013 at 10:50:53
“No, not everyone's opinion is valid when it comes to medicine. Evidence is important in medicine. The practice of medicine does not always lend itself to the detailed methodology of science.
However, the underlying principles of science always apply, especially to medical research. That is why areas like high dilution homeopathy are known to be useless, regardless of what "opinion" some people have (including a few medical doctors who have been taken in by the same pseudo-science).”
“The bottom line is, the nonwhite respondents of the survey favored Ron Paul over the other republican candidates. Are you saying only the nonblack members of the group preferred Ron Paul? I think that's unlikely.”
ARE U SERIOUS on Dec 10, 2013 at 01:05:01
“so now you are using the term 'non black" the switch doesn't work please read your previous statements ..please ,that is my bottom line . it seems your issue is the fact the Ron Paul is popular with 'NON WHITES' in your firststatement ..you specifically pointed out that ' I pointed out to you the other groups to be counted as NONWHITES And now you are changing the subject all together ..pick one.”
ARE U SERIOUS on Dec 9, 2013 at 14:13:35
“LMAO..no that was your statement ..in your first comment ..please refer to your posts.”