10:23 Campaign Blog

The Canadian 10:23 Campaign is under way this weekend. If you’re interested in learning more about why homeopathy is nonsense, head over to the official Canadian 10:23 Campaign blog!

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  1. Real is scientific homeopathy. It cures even when Conventional Allopathic Medicine (CAM) fails. Evidence-based modern homeopathy is a nano-medicine bringing big results for everyone

    1. Thanks for you thoughts, Nancy. Would you mind providing even a shred of evidence for your wild assertions?

  2. Evidence of homeopathy is undeniably positive and consistent. It’s a human evidence of experience, gathered from a real-world observation in a real-world setting (not in an ideal artificial laboratory) giving real-world solutions.

    1. Would you care to explain, then, why the body of the medical literature is overwhelmingly negative in “ideal laboratory” settings, and only becomes positive when the subjects and examiners are unblinded and subject to all manner of biases? Why wouldn’t homeopathy work in “ideal” settings?

      Again, Nancy, you’re simply making assertions without backing them up. It’s absurd and completely unreasonable to assert that “it’s a human evidence of experience”. If you’re willing to set the bar for evidence so low, I can’t help but wonder what other absurd claims you’re willing to accept.

    2. You’re correct that it is mtoivated by $$ in the sense that that is the only thing the hands-off producers are interested in.However, I’m quite sure that a lot of prop people, effects people and catering crews did put a lot of work into it.Also, again, these types of movies are geared to comic book fans. Specifically, fans of certain titles. The real fans look forward to movies like this that take the action off the pages on to a moving screen. To many comic fans (especially kids) it’s movies like this that are more fun and interesting than things like Avatar or Inglorious Basterds, both which I loved.

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