In a video the Science Babe ‘debunks’ homeopathy by taking 50 homeopathic sleeping pills and not feeling drowsy. Is it really a good debunk?
It has become clear that the Ugandan Red Cross Society and the Water Reference Center were involved involved in something that is presented as a field test with MMS against malaria. Is it all a deliberate fraud or might there even be a rational explanation for the alleged results, including honest mistakes ?
The study of Kooreman and Baars doesn’t at all show that GPs trained in alternative medicine work more cost efficient, but the authors make us believe so using their press release and other public outings.