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Evidence against water memory

Postby minthantko » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:09 am

My project tends to expose the contradictions between so called `laws of homeopathy´ and mainstream molecular biology and physical chemistry. The laws of infintesimal dose has been described to be pseudoscience in my project by stating how it contradicts Avogadro's Theory and Laws of Mass Action. What remains is a popular myth, `water memory´. Many sources claim it works while mainstream science rejects it. I have not found any source that explains why water memory cannot be possible according to physical chemistry. It is requested to explain molecular mechanism stating why water memory is not possible or redirect me to sources that does.

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Re: Evidence against water memory

Postby MadelineB » Wed Apr 24, 2019 1:20 pm

The Ask the Expert forums are for students in grades K-12 (and their parents and teachers) who are doing hands-on science projects. If you are doing a hands-on science project, please describe your project, including your hypotheses and the experiments which you plan to conduct to test the hypotheses. If you are not doing a hands-on science project, there are other sites on the internet where your questions would be more appropriate. Thank you.

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