Not a Nobel, but it's a start: a homeopathic product receives a highly prestigious award
Doubtlessly, you will have noted that homeopathy missed out yet again at this year's Nobels. Personally, I am convinced that this is all due to the evil propaganda put about by malicious sceptics (paid lavishly by BIG PHARMA, of course). But all is not lost! Down under, 'CHOICE' do know what is truly prize-worthy! The Australian Consumers' Association 'CHOICE' reviews everyday items like aspirin, detergents and instant coffee – but also major purchases like cars and washing machines. Each year, CHOICE awards 'SHONKIES' (from 'shonky' = dishonest, unreliable, or illegal, especially in a devious way). CHOICE receive hundreds of nominations for Shonky products and services from CHOICE members and staff. While some Shonky nominees may not be breaking laws or breaching regulations – though sometimes they are – they believe that consumers deserve better products and services. And how do they decide which nominations make the cut? First and foremost, a nomination has to meet one or more of