001. Manisha Krishnan reports in "Scientists Critical of University of Toronto Homeopathy Study" (2015-03-05):
"a University of Toronto study on homeopathic treatment for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is being heavily criticized by scientists who claim it legitimizes a pseudoscience [...while] previous studies have shown homeopathy to be no more effective than [...] placebo [...]";
"two Nobel laureates are among 90 scientists from universities around the world who have signed an open letter calling the clinical trial into question [...since homeopathy is] wanting both in evidence and plausibility [...] Joe Schwarcz, director of McGill University’s Office for Science and Society [...] said homeopathy is a scientific 'non sequitur [...] it does not seem to be ethical to subject these kids to treatment that has such little potential benefit' [...]";
way to go. Let's get all Bayesian.