"[at] the University of Westminster [...recently] luckily for science, they have a new dean who knows bullshit when she sees it [...e.g. their naturopathy degree] Health Sciences: Naturopathy [...which is] as delusional as homeopathy [...] rumor has it that naturopathy may be next for the chop [...here's some of] what the hapless students get taught. Remember that according to Westminster this is a bachelor of science degree [...e.g.] emotrance [...] pure vitalistic psycho-babble [...] preposterous made-up gobbledygook [...] the idea that stuff of this sort is appropriate for a bachelor of science degree is simply ludicrous. I have no doubt that Westminster's new dean can see that as well as anyone else. She has the delicate job of extirpating the nonsense."
Monday, June 29, 2009
DC's Improbable Science on U.W. Naturopathy 'Make-Believe Nonsense' - Next For the Chop?:
DC's Improbable Science [UK] -- David Colquhoun -- writes in "More Make-Believe From the University of Westminster: This Time It’s Naturopathy":