Charlene Werner and Homeopathy

I try not to write about stuff that’s been dealt with by PZ Myers on his blog Pharyngula, simply because it’s the most popular blog dealing with science and atheism since, like, ever. But the subject of this post probably should be duplicated as much as possible for reasons which should become obvious soon.

About a week ago, this video started being circulated around skeptical circles. It’s a person called Charlene Werner trying to explain homeopathy.

“Do you know what H2O is? Do you know who Einstein was? Do you know who Stephen Hawkings [sic] is?”

Yeah. Wow. Depending on my mood, it’s either hilarious or painful to me.

So it looks like this Charlene Werner person decided to contact the original poster of this video with a sort of threatening letter, claiming that it is copyrighted material. But this isn’t about her trying to make money off of this footage, this is about her being embarrassed about being called names (and rightfully so) on the internet. It seems like Charlene Werner and the king of Thailand both need to learn about the Streisand effect. And they’ve apparently decided to take that lesson the hard way.


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2 Responses to “Charlene Werner and Homeopathy”

  1. Aquila Says:

    Quantum mechanics and entanglement may be a sort of explanation for homeopathy working – if it is working.

    Relativity, though, is totally far-fetched.

    • nanobotswillenslaveusall Says:

      No, because quantum theory would have to go from the micro to the macro scale for it to apply to something like homeopathy. Relativity isn’t far fetched because there are massive amounts of evidence for it. Both relativity and quantum theory might be counterintuitive, but there’s plenty of evidence for both – unlike homeopathy.

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