Flu vaccines might be ineffective, so try… water

Posted 15 May 2015

In a post titled, Flu vaccines might be ineffective, so try… water (otherwise known as Oscillococcinum)?, the well known critical thinker, Jacques Rousseau, has commented on LeBron’s press-release for Oscillococcinum (which we have also commented on).


“Briefly, on Oscillococcinum itself, you’d be amused to read up on it, as the story of its origins and composition is quite the catalogue of pseudoscience in action. While there might be nothing that trumps Scientology for batshittery, Oscillococcinum gives it a damn good try…”

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2 comments to Flu vaccines might be ineffective, so try… water

  • Rose

    You lost all credibilty when you use Jimmy Wales as any kind of source. He is not credible on ny subject. FYI recent studies have shown homeopathy to be a form of nano-medicine. You might want to check the bias and do proper research.

    • Harris

      We are not quoting Jimmy Wales as an expert. We are making the point that a prominent and influential individual, the founder of Wikipedia, has a particular stance on homeopathy. I would suggest that YOU do proper research when you claim “homeopathy to be a form of nano-medicine”. This claim is patently false and nonsense. “Nanomedicine is the medical application of nanotechnology. Nanomedicine ranges from the medical applications of nanomaterials and biological devices, to nanoelectronic biosensors, and even possible future applications of molecular nanotechnology such as biological machines”. With nanomedicine, there is proof that the ‘substance’ or vehicle exists, in homeopathy there is not. Nanomedicine follows the principles of physics, chemistry and/or physiology. Homeopathy has no basis in reality.

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