No. Our analysis assumes ultramolecular dilutions cannot have a real effect, so the procedure used is irrelevant. If one is convinced of the efficacy of homeopathic ultramolecular dilutions, then our entire analysis is simply invalid, as it makes a false assumption. Either way, the hoemopathic procedure used is rather irrelevant.
How does your study say anything valid about homeopathy if you arent excluding studies that dont use valid homeopathic procedure. You have just admitted that your study is worthless. Thank you.- Roger Barr •
In regards to your question, please refer to my first response. Your assertion is noted but not conceded. Thank you for your comments.- Samuel Reisman •
Homeopathy is not a "thing". It is a procedure. Taking a remedy once frequently will have no noticeable effect. Taking a remedy repeatedly over several days as one does in a properly conducted proving Will usually have an effect. So one cannot ignore procedure in a study that pretends to make a statement about homeopathy. You can do a well -conducted homeopathic proving yourself, and you can see that ultramolecular dilutions can have an effect, used with the right homeopathic procedure.- Roger Barr •