Which one is more scientific: Allopathy or Homeopathy?

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Dr. Nancy Malik (July 29, 2008, 12:32:22 PM):
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Already mentioned here. Already examined here.

Please answer the earlier question truthfully instead of simply ignoring it by jumping into a new topic.

Thank you.

'Luthon64


Same questions have same answers. What's your question?
Mefiante (July 29, 2008, 14:02:34 PM):
What appears is not always true. I am here to answer your questions and ask questions from you.
But you have neither asked nor actually answered any questions! Mostly, you simply make statements that in several cases are completely irrelevant and/or plainly wrong. When this is pointed out to you, you just change the subject.



Same questions have same answers. What's your question?
Do you know the actual meaning of the word "answer?" Please pay particular attention to 1.a., 1.b., 2.a. and 2.b.; 5. should not be ignored, either.

My question is still the same one first raised here, and repeated here and here (twice), and here too. Despite a rich assortment of visual cues – bold and italic typeface, underscoring – that were added for emphasis of important specifications, you replied with this, which reply failed to address what was asked for, as shown here and also here.

'Luthon64
Tweefo (July 29, 2008, 16:08:26 PM):
Call me a psychic but I think we are going to wait a while for a real answer.....
Wandapec (July 31, 2008, 20:56:32 PM):
Call me a psychic but I think we are going to wait a while for a real answer.....
I just read my tea leaves and they seem to concur with your psychic reading. ;)
Dr. Nancy Malik (December 21, 2009, 07:00:36 AM):
sorry for replying late.
Here's some of the points (memory of water)which were under discussion

Dr. Manish Bhatia: let us suppose that water-ethanol aqueous solutions do have some ‘memory’ but then how do you explain the action of dry homeopathic pills and the medicines that are only triturated in sugar of milk? Clearly the same mechanism could not be working here – four different substances – water, ethanol, sugar of milk powder and cane sugar pills.

Dr. Lionel Migrom: What we do know about the ‘Memory of Water’ so far is that water and ethanol produce complex solutions and they do transmit information about the solutes through hydrogen bonds and lattice formation. But we also know that neither the hydrogen bonds nor the lattices are stable enough to store information indefinitely. The thermodynamic changes also do not last indefinitely. So what else could it be?

let us suppose that water-ethanol aqueous solutions do have some ‘memory’ but then how do you explain the action of dry homeopathic pills and the medicines that are only triturated in sugar of milk? Clearly the same mechanism could not be working here – four different substances – water, ethanol, sugar of milk powder and cane sugar pills

More details/Quoted from http://www.hpathy.com/interviews/Lionel-Milgrom.asp

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