The article in question is here, entitled "Nanopharmacology at its best"
Here's a good snippet for you -
Homeopathic medicines are made through a specific pharmacological process of dilution and vigorous shaking. However, when skeptics say that there is nothing but water in homeopathic medicine, they are proving their ignorance, despite the incredible arrogance in which they make these assertions.
Allow me to expand on that -
They make homeopathic medicines by taking substances and diluting them, and then shaking them.
Seriously. That's the entire process. It works on the water retaining a "memory" of chemical properties. OH HEY and guess what, the water you drink, by this method, has fish poop in it. Oh, and we peed in it. At some point.
IF THESE THINGS WORKED, DOCTORS WOULD USE THEM, AND PHARMACOLOGICAL COMPANIES WOULD CO-OPT THEM AND SELL THEM.
So here's the letter I wrote to email@example.com - I wish more people would do the same.
I love the Huffington Post. It's one of the first 4 or 5 webpages I first open when I'm wasting time at work, in fact. :)
That said, I'm rapidly losing my will to open the page. The false medical stories you spread are dangerous, at best. Today, there was a homeopathy article claiming the same tired scam lies that have made the "alternative medicine" snake-oil salespeople billions this year. You want to rail against wasteful spending? THAT'S where you go. The antivaccination, alternative med, and homeopathy communities kill people while callously preying on the public's gullible nature about all things "natural".
Please show more skepticism when posting those stories.
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I am also posting this letter at http://endcycle.blogspot.com - thank you for your attention.
(EDITED TO FIX "CO-OP" vs "CO-OPT". Because I'm a moron sometimes. Okay? I'm going to go cry in the corner now, Internet. HAPPY?)