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Correct me if I’m wrong

A sugar pill can remember the properties from a drop of water that dries on its surface, a substance that has never come into contact with that drop of water and induces the symptoms you are trying to treat.

It doesn’t make much sense until you remember that the mixture is bashed on a magic leather pad ten times before each dilution.

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 11:45:00 UTC | #443069