Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Natural News was made aware of a blog post that seemed to recommend a highly questionable method related to Ebola prevention. The blog post has been removed pending further investigation, and the blogger is under review. Natural News does not condone any member of the public attempting to interact with Ebola, a very hazardous biological threat.Dammit. I didn't even get a chance to read about homeopathy.As I understand homeopathy involves reducing something into smaller and smaller amounts until it disappears. Like your money.
styckx: I have a friend who thinks essential oils can cure anything and spends $40 for 10ml bottled of the shiat.Whatever..
Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: As I understand homeopathy involves reducing something into smaller and smaller amounts until it disappears. Like your money.
ChipNASA: I read it before it was pulled....It said that for you to develop a complete immunity to Ebola you have to find someone with Ebola and then have them stand on their head, naked and then you stand on one foot and then luck their butthole while doing the armpit fart thing, while you have a can of open sardines jammed in your ass, twice a day, for a month and then you'd be cured for life.
rustypouch: But then, I've little sympathy for anyone who believes that sugar pills can have any effect, I just pity them.
skozlaw: The only thing I know about homeopathy is that it should be be illegal to sell homeopathic remedies in the same aisle as real medicine. I hate when I go looking for a cold medicine and see a box and think "huh, that's new, wonder what it's..." and then BAM, homeopathic bulshiat. Right next to the farking Alka Seltzer.Farking farkity fark fark fark./ Great, now I need a dilution of farks
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Oh great, more natural medicine nutballs. I had a friend post from the hospital recently about a near-fatal liver infection (that was being successfully treated by Big Pharma), and the Weeners was from one of his coworkers, a self-proclaimed "healer". Her comment was "Less chemicals, more natural elements - come see me and we will treat this."He's still alive, needless to say he didn't take her up on the offer.
serpent_sky: The article is down. We're seriously through the looking glass: someone managed to write something that even Natural News had to admit was irresponsible and flat-out factually incorrect on every level. Were they just trolling the site, or serious?
Lexx: I used to hope that fatal stupidity was a self-correcting problem. Now I am sad.
abhorrent1: Does it involve putting things up your butt?
Wrong Trousers: serpent_sky: The article is down. We're seriously through the looking glass: someone managed to write something that even Natural News had to admit was irresponsible and flat-out factually incorrect on every level. Were they just trolling the site, or serious?In another article this blogger tells us about "geopathogenic zones" caused by "underground streams of water that throw up walls of microwaves and other types of radiation." http://blogs.naturalnews.com/geopathogenic-zones-would-you-sleep-with - a-poisonous-snake-in-your-bed/I'd like to think that he's trolling Natural News to see just how absurd an article he can get them to publish, but I fear that he really believes the nonsense he's spouting.
Splish: Like all things related to homeopathy that sound too good to be true, I'm going to take this with three ten thousandths of a grain of salt.
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