The 'Institute for Scientific Homeopathy' and 'the most stupid idea conceivable'
Once again, I am indebted to the German homeopathy lobbyist, Jens Behnke (research officer at the Karl and Veronica Carstens-Foundation); this time for alerting me via a tweet to the existence of the 'Institute for Scientific Homeopathy' run by Dr K Lenger. Anyone who combines the terms 'scientific' and 'homeopathy' has my full attention. The institution seems to be small (too small to have its own website); in fact, it seems to have just one member: Dr Karin Lenger. But size is not everything! Lenger has achieved something extraordinary: she has answered the questions that have puzzled many of us for a long time; she has found the 'modus operandi' of homeopathy by discovering that: Homeopathy is a regulation therapy that acts (and reacts) as per the principle of resonance to deal hypo- and hyper-functions of pathological pathways. As per resonance principle, the fundamental principles of homeopathy have the same frequencies so that the resonance principle can work. Pathological