Bizarre Chemical Discovery Gives Homeopathic Hint

By Andy Coghlan  New Scientist  November 7, 2001


It is a chance discovery so unexpected it defies belief and threatens to reignite debate about whether there is a scientific basis for thinking homeopathic medicines really work. A team in South Korea has discovered a whole new dimension to just about the simplest chemical reaction in the book - what happens when you dissolve a substance in water and then add more water.  For  rest of article cllick link above...



BBC   Wednesday, 7 November, 2001 


Many scientists think it is physically impossible for homeopathy to work - but new research suggests how remedies might be having an effect. Many homeopathic treatments take ingredients and then dilute them in water many times over.