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mediator

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I wud say "ROFL"! U r actually more talented than ur other brigade member present here.

U posted 4. "Scientific Questionable therapies" the point of which has indeed been debated over. Repeatitions wont help u neways. U underlined the last line ".......we would not recommend using scientific questionable therapies", but u forgot to underline the initial clause that says "However until the evidence is available.....".

Isn't the history of success counted as an evidence other than the "explanation"? This statement or any other doesn't imply that "Its bullsheet" neways!!

But neways, one of the lines says, 'Scientific Questionable therapies can be ineffective or even harmful', the next says 'none of the starting material is left in the final solution', so hows it harmful?? U r putting homeopathy as if it falls under the extreme case i.e harmful, to be saying that it is not recommended. And the final line in ur red underlining says, ""However until the evidence is available we would not recommend using scientific questionable therapies"? Why shudn't we, if scientifically they r inert? Another line says, "The proposed explanation of why something works may be wrong, yet the therapy itself may have some usefulness via some 'unknown' mechanism".


So instead of linking articles which only tell to be cautious, its better to use ur own brain sometimes!


"The death rates of people treated without homeopathy were five times those of the homeopaths.

In 1854, the British Parliament authorized the London Board of Health to appoint a commission to see which treatments were best for cholera victims. They found "regular" hospitals had a death rate of 54 percent; the homeopathic hospital's death rate was 16 percent."....previous post!

What do u recommend regular hospitals or the homeopathic ones?
I have been cured by homepoathy and many others likewise. So take my friendly advise and keep ur unnecessary whining & the troll thread to urself that its "bullsheeet"! "Comprehend" what scientific souls are saying. No where they r saying that it is "bullsheet"! It seems the critics, are ignoring the successes again. :oops:

I wonder how much u'll repeat this time.
 
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karnivore

in your face..
And I thought you will be inundating this post of yours with crticism of the that Lancet article. (And now this comment will result in a frenzy of google search) Anyway...

And u follow urs with this funny explanation? I asked if they know if saliva has any medicinal benefits, the scientific "how and why" and u say "They follow genes"?
Even if some scientists had told me such a reason, it wud have sounded utterly rubbish to me. They could have used water like humans, but instead they lick. Convenient way to put it up, the things that u can't explain and say "they follow genes"!
Priceless.

Last attempt. Animals do not know that their saliva has therapeutic value. They don't lick to heal their wounds. They lick because of their reflex mechanism. It is the same reason, why we scratch when there is an itch, or feel repulsed by something vile. Its the reflex mechanism that makes these animals do what they do. That reflex mechanism is the code embedded in the genes. Two things need to be mentioned here. The saliva became therapeutic in the course of evolution and the reflex mechanism is a matter of research and part of it is undertaken under cognitive science.

What next. Do I have to explain this in terms of specific DNA as well. Well in that case, I gladly give up.

Homeopathy is very much practical ....
Good joke. :D:D. Anyway, other than, "i was cured in so and so days" or "working for 200 years, hence true", anymore evidence ?

U know nothing...
Man, is that frustration or what ?

... but just need to follow the "herd instinct", have the scientific exposure instead of making ur expert opinions. Its fine if u don't have any scientific outlook, just "follow the genes" like u said.
EH ? Open your eyes. That flag belongs to your tribe. Now don't tell me you are colour blind as well.:D

That looooooong quote says a lot of things - that allopathy is evil and homeopathy is well, almost divine. It just does not say one small thing. Why is homeopathy NOT placebo ? :D

Another instance where science needs to remodify it seems where the blind followers think placebos are gold standards!
*YAWN*

And I agree u can beat Cyrus Barocha! I am not neither saying homeopathy is perfect for all the cases coz I don't know what all cases can be there, nor I am saying scientific medicines guarantee 100% cure. But again it depends upon the situation.
Really ? Aha. I was under the impression that homeopathy has answers for evey disease under the sun.

But what do i know.

U need to remove the "placebo" stamp from ur forehead to develop "some" scientific outlook. For any scientific soul if one thing is successful and defies any standard, then that standard needs to be looked upon again, but "critics chose to ignore the success".

U have been telling me books to read from the past few debates. So don't mind if I do the same. Read the "Brief history of time" by Stephen Hawking to actually understand "how" science progresses and how it has been doing so. Its ok still, if u "follow the genes", but all u need to know is "how" science progresses. So r u done with that "placebo" cry now?
First, i would wonder what relevance do data belonging to mid 19th century have in early 21st century. Oh i get it. They don't have any more data to pin against modern medicine, as opposed to fledgling medical science.

Second, it is the "success" of homeopathy that is the suspect, not the proof. It is this "success" that is explained by scientists as PLACEBO. Darn, this stamp is not coming off.

Third, "Brief History of Time" is sadly, gathering dust in one of my bookshelves. But thank doG, at least you have read ONE book of science. I have tears in my eyes. :D

Such kinda "gene following" is gonna lead to most obvious and eventual detruction of the human intelligence.
...and it has happened to one person, at least. [HINT: not me or @ legolas]:D

A little humour:
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legolas

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I wud say "ROFL"! U r actually more talented than ur other brigade member present here.
:)

U posted 4. "Scientific Questionable therapies" the point of which has indeed been debated over. Repetitions wont help u neways. U underlined the last line ".......we would not recommend using scientific questionable therapies", but u forgot to underline the initial clause that says "However until the evidence is available.....".
Ok, let me try to get through your head once more. It seems that I can propose a theorem about getting things into your head = impossible!! :p (with this much of evidence)

1) Until evidence is available...
2) We would not recommend using "Scientific Questionable Theories"

Homeopathy -> Scientific Questionable Theory (STILL)
So, if you had basic knowledge of very simple logic and acceptable English language skills to tie the knots... you would understand from the first line of the second paragraph which says "Homeopathy is not only unproven but also remains Scientific Questionable technique because of its theory"

Isn't the history of success counted as an evidence other than the "explanation"? This statement or any other doesn't imply that "Its bullsheet" neways!!
Ok, seriously, NO, its NOT!! because, the doctors themselves dont know why they prescribe what they prescribe. There is no separate license to practise Homeopathy (at least not as strict as allopathy) and the norms are not stringent demanding accuracy and awareness. No body knows if it has affected any other way!!! :eek: *tired*

But neways, one of the lines says, 'Scientific Questionable therapies can be ineffective or even harmful', the next says 'none of the starting material is left in the final solution', so hows it harmful?? U r putting homeopathy as if it falls under the extreme case i.e harmful, to be saying that it is not recommended.

Seriously, why do you have that much difficulty understanding English???
1) Scientific questionable theories "IN GENERAL" can be dangerous or harmful.
2) none of the starting material is left in final solution -> "NOT GENERAL" -> in case of Homeopathy!!! :| *uff*

And the final line in ur red underlining says, ""However until the evidence is available we would not recommend using scientific questionable therapies"? Why shudn't we, if scientifically they r inert? Another line says, "The proposed explanation of why something works may be wrong, yet the therapy itself may have some usefulness via some 'unknown' mechanism".
Why shouldn't we... Did you read the line you " " before that??? OMG!!!
some usefulness... may -> that is what should be found if it wanted to prove itself to be a real science and not just paying taxes in millions to fund in order to prepare a solution of water in small bottles and making a mockery of yourself...
Has anyone... "Any ONE" who has been able to explain why it works??? other than the superficial philosophical crap "Like cures like" "Water has memory (which also implies that water should have memory of all the impurities it comes across (for which you dodge everytime without answering or even providing your innumerous links only to claim later that we dint read it ).

So quit quibbling over the fact that your sheet-talk is mere ranting and find peace with your spirituality or if not try taking your homeopathy chill-pill :p

So instead of linking articles which only tell to be cautious, its better to use ur own brain sometimes!
Words of wisdom from the Mega-giga-googolplex linker! :p :p

So, if you think something is better, its because you never would have heard about it or read about it or speak about it... but you without any first hand knowledge will start thinking about it (Using your Brain) and then you will conclude. (you providing innumerous links during your awful lot of off-topic posts in the Science/God discussion is mere ranting then??? :p :p how contradicting and needy to prove a no-point situation!! :lol: )

And if others point the links, guys... stop linking and start using your brain :p

ha ha ha! :)
 
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mediator

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legolas said:
Ok, let me try to get through your head once more. It seems that I can propose a theorem about getting things into your head = impossible!! (with this much of evidence)

1) Until evidence is available...
2) We would not recommend using "Scientific Questionable Theories"

Homeopathy -> Scientific Questionable Theory (STILL)
So, if you had basic knowledge of very simple logic and acceptable English language skills to tie the knots... you would understand from the first line of the second paragraph which says "Homeopathy is not only unproven but also remains Scientific Questionable technique because of its theory"
You seem to be quite sarcastic. I myself said homeopathy is "unproven" in the eye of science. Its seems u like to skip the earlier posts and then say "other person didn't comprehend well"? Didn't I already tell that the point of this, i.e 'Scientific Questionable technique', has indeed been debated over in the science/god thread? One suffering from aphasia, another from alzhiemers......u seem to be having both!

I have been saying it countless no. of times that its unproven from the start and that science has not been able to explain homepathy and u say I cannot get this into my head that its unproven. U r really cute! :D

legolas said:
Ok, seriously, NO, its NOT!! because, the doctors themselves dont know why they prescribe what they prescribe. There is no separate license to practise Homeopathy (at least not as strict as allopathy) and the norms are not stringent demanding accuracy and awareness. No body knows if it has affected any other way!!! *tired*
Again has been debated! I'm also tired of your incessant trolls!


legolas said:
Seriously, why do you have that much difficulty understanding English???
1) Scientific questionable theories "IN GENERAL" can be dangerous or harmful.
2) none of the starting material is left in final solution -> "NOT GENERAL" -> in case of Homeopathy!!! *uff*
Deja Vu! U r actually going the path that ur other brigade member chose.
M : Its scientifically unproven
K/L : Can't u get it in ur head, that it unproven
M : Thats what i said
K/L : .....goes to delve into scientific details
M : Thats what I said science has not been able to explain it.

U need to have a certain aptitude marked with some memory to really "understand English". U seem to lacking both along with a sceintific outlook.

legolas said:
Why shouldn't we... Did you read the line you " " before that??? OMG!!!
some usefulness... may -> that is what should be found if it wanted to prove itself to be a real science and not just paying taxes in millions to fund in order to prepare a solution of water in small bottles and making a mockery of yourself...
Has anyone... "Any ONE" who has been able to explain why it works??? other than the superficial philosophical crap "Like cures like" "Water has memory (which also implies that water should have memory of all the impurities it comes across (for which you dodge everytime without answering or even providing your innumerous links only to claim later that we dint read it ).

So quit quibbling over the fact that your sheet-talk is mere ranting and find peace with your spirituality or if not try taking your homeopathy chill-pill
Yeah, I read the line and also that science treats it as inert. So whats wrong in taking an inert substance? Ur logic is flawed right in front of ur own eyes and when u chose to ignore the success all along, well then u actually "make a mockery" of........again an instance where materialism takes a toll on behaviour & intelligence of a person and m looking forward for science to explain it, i.e such kinda behaviour where a person doesn't know what he is saying.

The bold part again sets a perfect example of the narrow mindedness of the materialists. And bt the memory of water, its still a theory set by science explorers, not by homeopaths! Again treating theories as facts? U r quite entertaining! So reading a link is not enough, one needs to have some intelligence to actually understand it and when u undertsand it, it actually diminishes the chances of u forgetting the subject and what has been read/debated. :)

legolas said:
Words of wisdom from the Mega-giga-googolplex linker!

So, if you think something is better, its because you never would have heard about it or read about it or speak about it... but you without any first hand knowledge will start thinking about it (Using your Brain) and then you will conclude. (you providing innumerous links during your awful lot of off-topic posts in the Science/God discussion is mere ranting then??? how contradicting and needy to prove a no-point situation!! )

And if others point the links, guys... stop linking and start using your brain

ha ha ha!
Let me see, we have a materialist brigade here that
1. Ignores the success that has been prevailing for 200 yrs and rather likes to talk of unproven scenario.
2. Talks of "observable universe" on the basis of "hypothetical" terms like dark matter, dark energy and "theories" like big bang (unproven), out of bounds of any physical testabilty, as if all of these are "facts".
3. Ridicules the systems that have been working for 200 yrs without much side effects and talk of those which cause plenty of side effects as "scientific".
4. Talks about standards when it has been acknowledged that the successful homeopathy actually defies those standards. Instead scientifically looking upon that standards again like it shud be and like the science has been doing from the start, ridicules this successful field.
5. A few samples call it bullsheet/crap/garbage, where the actual sceintific souls are still exploring it.

Look whose telling to use brain. :D

legolas said:
So, if you think something is better, its because you never would have heard about it or read about it or speak about it... but you without any first hand knowledge will start thinking about it (Using your Brain) and then you will conclude. (you providing innumerous links during your awful lot of off-topic posts in the Science/God discussion is mere ranting then??? how contradicting and needy to prove a no-point situation!! )

And if others point the links, guys... stop linking and start using your brain

ha ha ha!
Thanks for ur sagely advice n please "confine it" to urself n ur brigade members or it might start depleting intelligence from the face of earth.

karnivore said:
Last attempt. Animals do not know that their saliva has therapeutic value. They don't lick to heal their wounds. They lick because of their reflex mechanism. It is the same reason, why we scratch when there is an itch, or feel repulsed by something vile. Its the reflex mechanism that makes these animals do what they do. That reflex mechanism is the code embedded in the genes. Two things need to be mentioned here. The saliva became therapeutic in the course of evolution and the reflex mechanism is a matter of research and part of it is undertaken under cognitive science.

What next. Do I have to explain this in terms of specific DNA as well. Well in that case, I gladly give up.
The "reflex" argument is still better. But had a good laugh on the "follow the genes" part. Neways, I hope u know the very basic definition of "reflexes".
Scientists say, it is to 'clean the wounds', some say its because saliva has healing properties, a few others argue its "instinctive" behaviour. So yes googling told me a lot. How does their attempts to clean the wounds translate to a reflex?? Plethora of surmises? Yes, u can give up.

karnivore said:
Good joke. . Anyway, other than, "i was cured in so and so days" or "working for 200 years, hence true", anymore evidence ?
Still lesser than big bang, dark matter, dark whateva and all the fancy names and fill in the blanks, science hasn't been able to explain. Seems like u don't appreciate the history of success very well.

The rest of ur post seems to be a "gene following/reflex" :D and a mere reflection of the very purpose of this thread!

karnivore said:
Third, "Brief History of Time" is sadly, gathering dust in one of my bookshelves.
I understand the reality must be quite hard 4 u.


So again, its not bullsheet. It seems the "herd instinct" is also getting corrupt now and a few followers are finding themselves in a clueless situation, not having the intuition or intelligence to put themselves back to their path! :)

Mods : U can close this troll thread, which is nuthing but repeatition of what the materialists have debated in science/god thread!
 
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legolas

Padawan
You seem to be quite sarcastic. One suffering from aphasia, another from alzhiemers......u seem to be having both!
And you are not! :p you surprise me every time!!

I have been saying it countless no. of times that its unproven from the start and that science has not been able to explain homepathy
:D :D Ok, for the nth time, let Homeopathy "doctors" explain to "Science" people the logic or science or the facts behind it "convincingly". The head of Homeopathy association in UK says "I don't know how it works, no body knows!!" :) Mr. Mediator here says the so called documented evidence of 1854 is all that matters! :p As a guy who used brain and relies to an acceptable level on logic.. I prefer to believe his words!! :p

Deja Vu! U r actually going the path that ur other brigade member chose.
M : Its scientifically unproven
K/L : Can't u get it in ur head, that it unproven
M : Thats what i said
K/L : .....goes to delve into scientific details
M : Thats what I said science has not been able to explain it.
U need to have a certain aptitude marked with some memory to really "understand English". U seem to lacking both along with a sceintific outlook.

wasted attempt.

And abt the memory of water, its still a theory set by science explorers, not by homeopaths! Again treating theories as facts? U r quite entertaining! So reading a link is not enough, one needs to have some intelligence to actually understand it and when u undertsand it, it actually diminishes the chances of u forgetting the subject and what has been read/debated. :)
:) Yes, I also came to know the scientist "Jacques Benveniste" who conducted the experiment was funded by the French Homeopathy association!!! :p another desperate effort to rule out the fundamental laws of physics and chemistry :)


Let me see, we have a materialist brigade here that
1. Ignores the success that has been prevailing for 200 yrs and rather likes to talk of unproven scenario.
While no body knows what were the side effects... "No Side effects" are just assumed like the "Homeopathy" theory itself.. Oh wait... they don't even know how it works, then how can they claim about side effects! :D

2. Talks of "observable universe" on the basis of "hypothetical" terms like dark matter, dark energy and "theories" like big bang (unproven), out of bounds of any physical testabilty, as if all of these are "facts".
off-topic (and for your information you seem to troll on this for ever yourself)

3. Ridicules the systems that have been working for 200 yrs without much side effects and talk of those which cause plenty of side effects as "scientific".
The person who is desperate knows it will work and can be convinced it will. Not something like.. "See, I am prescribing this.. now this might work... why it works if it works.. no body knows including me... but let's see" :p ha ha ha

4. Talks about standards when it has been acknowledged that the successful homeopathy actually defies those standards. Instead scientifically looking upon that standards again like it shud be and like the science has been doing from the start, ridicules this successful field.
5. A few samples call it bullsheet/crap/garbage, where the actual sceintific souls are still exploring it.
there is nothing to explore by scientific people for the concept or the base itself is just "bullsheet"... :p It is up for the Homeopaths to establish their firmness with something other than non-documented 1854 fact sheet :D

Thanks for ur sagely advice n please "confine it" to urself n ur brigade members or it might start depleting intelligence from the face of earth.

@Karnivore: The "reflex" argument is still better. But had a good laugh on the "follow the genes" part. Neways, I hope u know the very basic definition of "reflexes".
Scientists say, it is to 'clean the wounds', some say its because saliva has healing properties, a few others argue its "instinctive" behaviour.
:eek: So, when "Water has memory" was published in Nature (with homeopathy institutions funding) its just a theory (you said it)...but when not the scientists...but "Some say" that "it has healing properties" we have to take it as a fact and you start quibbling over this "fact" and argue over Homeopathy.

So, let me get this straight. What are your arguments
1) It has been for 200 years and its non-documented. So, 1854.. this happened, they resuced... Homeopaths were heroes... BELIEVE!!! Dont worry about how it works...
2) Science has flaws... you believe it.. so why not Homeopathy???
Well... Science tries to explain and unravel the mystery while Homeopaths get millions of dollars and still have stagnated research and continue to loot people over such a stupid baseless argument working on mere placebo.

Mods : U can close this troll thread, which is nuthing but repeatition of what the materialists have debated in science/god thread!
Its you who are trolling with same 2 points given above. If you don't have anything else to continue on... "YOU" must stop posting and refrain from requesting the mods for the post I have started to close. The discussion is no flaming and the content is not against the rules. So, stop posting if you have nothing useful to say. Otherwise, quit ranting to the mods.
 

mediator

Technomancer
What a waste! U need to have fresh fruit juice to repair ur leftover thinking process! Funny how u r repeating everything now n u think I'll do the same. :D

Its better to read the science/god thread, instead of asking the same questions to gather up ur lost memory, than creating a troll thread. Materialists are really entertaining!
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Have mercy on the mods!
 

karnivore

in your face..
A new forum record. @mediator takes 6 posts to invoke “big bang, dark matter, dark whateva”, in a thread that is not even remotely discussing those. And it took him an amazing 6 posts to diagnose our disease a la, Aphasia (his favourite) and Alzheimer (his neo-favourite). :smile:

Tut tut, @mediator, you should not be standing so close to the mirror.:D

Now lets see……
But had a good laugh on the "follow the genes" part
Why am I not surprised ? Newborns laugh at anything and everything they perceive to be funny. It is hardly a news.:rolleyes:
How does their attempts to clean the wounds translate to a reflex??
Don’t bother. Your aphasia is coming in the way. :rolleyes:
Seems like u don't appreciate the history of success very well.
First prove that homeopathy’s “success” is anything that can’t be replicated by a sugar pill mixed in pure distilled water, I will gladly accept that “success”. Till then…..I will remain a skeptic. ;)
I understand the reality must be quite hard 4 u.
If you had actually bothered to turn a few pages, your asinine remarks on “big bang, dark matter, dark whateva” would not have adorned every thread. So go turn the pages. :)
So again, its not bullsheet. It seems the "herd instinct" is also getting corrupt now and a few followers are finding themselves in a clueless situation, not having the intuition or intelligence to put themselves back to their path!
There you go again. That tribe is yours, mate. Our tribe wins Nobel. Yours bite dust. ;-)
I myself said homeopathy is "unproven" in the eye of science….I have been saying it countless no. of times that its unproven from the start and that science has not been able to explain homeopathy…
PLACEBO, remember. You have not yet given a reasoning, with evidence of course, that it is not so. Science claimed it to be PLACEBO and then proved it. Now if you reject that, you have to prove that it something more than PLACEBO.

M: Homeopathy works, I don’t know how, nobody knows how, science does not know how – but it works.
K/L: Prove that it works.
M: 200yrs of success, how dare you discount that.
K/L: Prove its success rate is better than placebo.
M: I told you, it is an extraordinary piece of knowledge, which only Hannimen’s fertile brain understood, but not the entire community of science in all 200 yrs.

K/L, at this point are diagnosed with Aphasia and/or Alzheimer, by M, while standing in front of his favourite cracked mirror. :)
And bt the memory of water, its still a theory set by science explorers, not by homeopaths! Again treating theories as facts?
WOW !!! I have never seen a person who is so proud of his ignorance.

BTW, are you then accepting that homeopaths are NOT “science explorers”. Finally, we have been shouting from the roof top, for so long, that homeopaths are woo-mongers and now the confirmation from a homeopath fan, who has, apparently, the most open minded scientific outlook.

Give me a tissue, this thread is making me cry for so many times.
1. Ignores the success that has been prevailing for 200 yrs and rather likes to talk of unproven scenario.
Once again, prove that the “success” is nothing more than PLACEBO. Come on, how hard can that be.
2. Talks of "observable universe" on the basis of "hypothetical" terms like dark matter, dark energy and "theories" like big bang (unproven), out of bounds of any physical testabilty, as if all of these are "facts".
Yes, this is central to solving the mystery of homeopathy. Solve big bang etc. and voila, you have solved homeopathy. :D
3. Ridicules the systems that have been working for 200 yrs without much side effects and talk of those which cause plenty of side effects as "scientific".
First prove that is has “effects”. :rolleyes:
4. Talks about standards when it has been acknowledged that the successful homeopathy actually defies those standards. Instead scientifically looking upon that standards again like it shud be and like the science has been doing from the start, ridicules this successful field.
Yup, those standards need revision. For what ? To accommodate a method, that does not even recognize bacteriology and excludes it from their curriculum. Genius.
5. A few samples call it bullsheet/crap/garbage, where the actual sceintific souls are still exploring it.
Your aphasia is getting worse. Someone who ridicules “science explorers”, while desperately trying to disassociate Homeopathy from “memory of water”, is, two lines hence, full of expectations from these “scientific souls”. My humble suggestion is:
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Mods : U can close this troll thread, which is nuthing but repeatition of what the materialists have debated in science/god thread!
Golden rule of mediatorland, the thread where thy king posts, becomes his.
 
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legolas

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Golden rule of mediatorland, the thread where thy king posts, becomes his.
:) good one! :p

What a waste! U need to have fresh fruit juice to repair ur leftover thinking process! Funny how u r repeating everything now n u think I'll do the same. :D

Believe me, I am trying to do exactly the opposite!! :p Because we don't have to try to make you do that! :)
 
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mediator

Technomancer
karnivore said:
A new forum record. @mediator takes 6 posts to invoke “big bang, dark matter, dark whateva”, in a thread that is not even remotely discussing those. And it took him an amazing 6 posts to diagnose our disease a la, Aphasia (his favourite) and Alzheimer (his neo-favourite).
This thread as anyone can see is just an extension of the science/god thread, where one comes in whines homeopathy is bullsheet, links a page to prove his point and finds himself in a clueless situation and then comes his brigade member thinking his voice wud be heard with his famous repetition technique!

karnivore said:
First prove that homeopathy’s “success” is anything that can’t be replicated by a sugar pill mixed in pure distilled water, I will gladly accept that “success”. Till then…..I will remain a skeptic.
Quite ironic for a guy who believes in big bang and dark whateva and tells "Till then....will remain skeptic"! U really like to joke around don't u? :)

karnivore said:
If you had actually bothered to turn a few pages, your asinine remarks on “big bang, dark matter, dark whateva” would not have adorned every thread. So go turn the pages.
LOL, the member of the repeatition brigade is telling to turn pages! Does that brain of urs even grasp anything?

karnivore said:
There you go again. That tribe is yours, mate. Our tribe wins Nobel. Yours bite dust.
Again a good laugh! U r saying "our" tribe like u actually know what the leader of ur tribe does. Yes, he wins nobel prize, but doesn't discounts anything like the puny blind followers of the tribe, neither he calls em "bullsheet/garbage" or wateva similar term resides in ur limited dictionary! Besides I already requested not to degrade and put me in ur category thinking that I actually "blindly follow" some tribe!! I'm only saying science can't explain everything and not disregarding homeopathy on the other hand.

Funny how materialists hallucinate n imagine things everytime. Having a hardtime to understand where u stand in ur tribe? Just "Follow the genes".:D

karnivore said:
PLACEBO, remember. You have not yet given a reasoning, with evidence of course, that it is not so. Science claimed it to be PLACEBO and then proved it. Now if you reject that, you have to prove that it something more than PLACEBO.
Ah yes the placebo and we shud have randomised trials!
links said:
According to classical homeopathy, each remedy should be tailored to the individual; because of this, homeopathy may not always fit well with traditional scientific methodology
I wonder how many times I have to show it to u and tell about the principle behind homeopathy! I shud have asked it before, but can u even comprehend the statement in bold? Materialism surely takes a toll on ones reasoning and memory! :oops:

karnivore said:
K/L, at this point are diagnosed with Aphasia and/or Alzheimer, by
No it seems "schizophrenia" struck them in between or they did an overdose with psychedelic drugs, that they r assuming that they "are diagnosed"!

karnivore said:
WOW !!! I have never seen a person who is so proud of his ignorance.

BTW, are you then accepting that homeopaths are NOT “science explorers”. Finally, we have been shouting from the roof top, for so long, that homeopaths are woo-mongers and now the confirmation from a homeopath fan, who has, apparently, the most open minded scientific outlook.

Give me a tissue, this thread is making me cry for so many times.
Another lapse in the electrical turbulence inside that blind and hollow brain! I'm not accepting what u "assumed". Homeopaths may be science explorers as well, just like a scientist can be a theist! Understand what it means. And finally, u have been proving about ur mental disorders time and time again!

And I agree this thread is indeed making u cry! Thanks to ur brigade member.... :D

karnivore said:
First prove that is has “effects”.
Critics say homeopathic effects on "animals and babies" (who r ignorant bt homeopathy) are due to love and care. Well I didn't know babies are not loved & cared for otherwise!! First the critics whine on the basis of flawed trials and then give such an absurd reasoning!! To add a few materialists seperated from their herd ask for its effects! :D

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Your aphasia is getting worse. Someone who ridicules “science explorers”, while desperately trying to disassociate Homeopathy from “memory of water”, is, two lines hence, full of expectations from these “scientific souls”.
I don't ridicule the "science explorers", but the "blind followers". Having trouble all this month to understand such a simple thing?

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Golden rule of mediatorland, the thread where thy king posts, becomes his.
O' Great keyboard commando, the circumstances of the "tribe" aren't that bad I hope! King? Self nominated, psychedelic drug addict? :D

So joke and entertain me more. What abs, I already developed 8 packs! :D
 
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karnivore

in your face..
For a moment I was worried that our link-O-maniac was not providing any link. But not anymore.
This thread as anyone can see is just an extension of the science/god thread, where one comes in whines homeopathy is bullsheet, links a page to prove his point and finds himself in a clueless situation and then comes his brigade member thinking his voice wud be heard with his famous repetition technique!
Errr…..*scratch*, if you say so.:confused:
Quite ironic for a guy who believes in big bang and dark whateva and tells "Till then....will remain skeptic"! U really like to joke around don't u?
Aha…that is mediator-speak for, “I have not read the book that I suggested others to”. A classic case of Dyslexia ? :(
LOL, the member of the repeatition brigade is telling to turn pages! Does that brain of urs even grasp anything?
Convinced. Its aphasia with dyslexia. :(
Again a good laugh! U r saying "our" tribe like u actually know what the leader of ur tribe does. Yes, he wins nobel prize, but doesn't discounts anything like the puny blind followers of the tribe, neither he calls em "bullsheet/garbage" or wateva similar term resides in ur limited dictionary! Besides I already requested not to degrade and put me in ur category thinking that I actually "blindly follow" some tribe!! I'm only saying science can't explain everything and not disregarding homeopathy on the other hand.
O yes I know my leader. Just had breakfast with him. A scrambled homeopathy, sunny side down, a couple of spiritual breads and a cup of herbal tea, with two teaspoon of woo. Healthy breakfast I must say. You should try once. Darn. What am I saying. You have that everyday.:D

Yes, you did request me to do something, but I figured that every loony says that he is not a loony.:!:
Funny how materialists hallucinate n imagine things everytime. Having a hardtime to understand where u stand in ur tribe? Just "Follow the genes".
I am following my genes. Don’t you worry about that. First figure out *scratch* what genes you have *cough*, that you are having such a hard time recognizing your tribe.:)
No it seems "schizophrenia" struck them in between or they did an overdose with psychedelic drugs, that they r assuming that they "are diagnosed"!
Told you not to stand so close to that mirror.:D
Another lapse in the electrical turbulence inside that blind and hollow brain!
Decide. Do I have a brain or not. If my brain is hollow, how can it possibly have electrical turbulence. Oh I get it. Just as water has memory. Oh I am so special. *weapy*, *weapy*:)
I'm not accepting what u "assumed". Homeopaths may be science explorers as well…..
So the following in bold….
His “High”ness said:
…its still a theory set by science explorers, not by homeopaths!
….means “Homeopaths may be science explorers as well”. They say that one learns till the last breath. I am learning - How to put a lousy spin.:D

I told you to put it down. Naughty naughty.

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[FONT=&quot]…[/FONT]homeopathic effects on "animals and babies”…
Can you please elaborate on this.
I don't ridicule the "science explorers", but the "blind followers". Having trouble all this month to understand such a simple thing?
Lets analyze the following two quotes.
His “High”ness said:
…its still a theory set by science explorers, not by homeopaths!
His “High”ness (few lines later) said:
..the actual sceintific souls are still exploring it.
So, as long as “science explorers”, who were, BTW, funded by French Homeopathic Company, Boiron, come up with absurd theories, they are not Homeopaths. But as soon as someone comes up with something that fits the custom made theory of Homeopathy, they are “scientific souls”.:rolleyes:

Point taken.

Now about the links.

The links were given in response to PLACEBO. The links turned out to be two of the hundreds of lame attempts at criticizing that Lancet article. Still, the question remains unresolved as to why homeopathy is nothing more than PLACEBO.

The principal, criticism, among other frivolous ones, is that homeopathy is highly individualized and hence a generalized study can’t yield an effective result. (A lame attempt to fly under radar ?)

The study itself says:
Lancet 2005 said:
The average study size was similar for the two groups, with a median of around 65 participants. Overall, study size ranged from ten to 1573 participants. Among homoeopathy trials 48 (44%) concerned clinical homoeopathy, 35 (32%) complex homoeopathy, 18 (16%) classical homoeopathy, and eight (7%) isopathy. For the remaining trial, the nature of the homoeopathic intervention was unclear.

There goes the “no individualization” quack-quack.

The SOH, says, “..standard assessment criteria are insufficient to gauge ‘high quality’ in homeopathy trials.” Oh, of course, we are above science, so no “standard assessment criteria” will ever be enough for us. We are so above science that we do not recognize bacteriology. Yep, convinced.

O' Great keyboard commando
Hey, i actually like it. I like it so much, that I have put it as my user title. Thank you :cool:

So joke and entertain me more. What abs, I already developed 8 packs!
OK, this is rich. His “High”ness has developed 8 packs just by LOLing.

Someone please call an ambulance……or else I will the first person in the history of mankind, who will be amused to death. :D:D:D

Once again: Put that Hookah down, dude. You are too high to be near your keyboard.
 
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mediator

Technomancer
ROFL, that u still didn't understand the article. What chickenpox taking a toll on that hollow upper shell of urs clouded by materialism?? :oops:

Here's the $1 MILLION challenge from me : Grow up if u can! :D

But neways, for all those who want to take a break from this troll thread, Here's a more serious discussion, instead of reading the troll skeptics who don't even know how homeopathy works and then talk of randomized trials. :oops:
 

karnivore

in your face..
So u agree its hollow, but guess its filled with some "dark matter"! :D
Nah, i did not say that. You say its hollow, and then go on to say its effected. So i was confused.I guess Biology and Physics in mediatorland is different from the rest of the world.:D

BTW, so you agree there is "Dark Matter":D

His "High"ness said:
But neways, for all those who want to take a break from this troll thread, Here's a more serious discussion,
Comming from someone who once declared:
I really don't give any importance to forums as source!!
Oh I forgot, in mediatorland, thy king is the rule.:D

Hypocrisy or Alzheimer ? Decide for yourself:D
 
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mediator

Technomancer
WTH, Another lapse in ur comprehension? :oops:
Where did I ask to treat the link I gave, "as source"? All I said was some "serious discussion" is going on and that interested ones can check it out instead of this troll thread! I bet everyone must have developed atleast 6 packs from ur jokes.

"Hypocrisy or alzheimers?" come on, don't hallucinate again or is it ur "reflex" doing so or perhaps "gene following"?? :)

No wonder u haven't been able to gather even an iota of understanding bt homeopathy. I see the cloud of materialism in that hollow shell getting intense! Scary......:oops:

It seems chicken pox is really taking a huge there mentally/physically, so take care and get better soon! :)

Mods : U can close this thread now
 
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karnivore

in your face..
Where did I ask to treat the link I gave, "as source"? All I said was some "serious discussion" is going on and that interested ones can check it out instead of this troll thread!
So, since you never SPECIFICALLY ASK us to treat the links you give "as source", we should never consider them "as source" ? Fine, no problem, we, as it is, don't. But then why do you get worked up when people don't visit your links ? Yet another HYPOCRISY ? :D

Guys, His "High"ness has given us carte blanch to treat his links as, NOT SOURCE, until he asks us to consider them "as source". So any link he provides can now be safely ignored.:D

Poor kid. Can't even give a proper spin to his HYPOCRISY.:D

P-A-T-H-E-T-I-C. [Notice that funny taste in your mouth. Its your foot.]

I bet everyone must have developed atleast 6 packs from ur jokes.
May be i should charge them all. They are saving a lot of money in terms of gym fee. :D I will become rich, man.

"Hypocrisy or alzheimers?" come on, don't hallucinate again or is it ur "reflex" doing so or perhaps "gene following"??
Put it down, dude. That hookah will kill ya.:)

No wonder u haven't been able to gather even an iota of understanding bt homeopathy.
I wonder if homeopaths understand their own trade.:D

Mods : U can close this thread now
The king has spoken, once again.:D
 
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