Any so-called "snake oil" therapy. Of all of them, why does Homeopathy seem to irk the skeptics the most?what are you including?
chinese herbal remedies?
*sigh* I have. No need to make they more complicated than it is.If you are talking about what scpetics believe, you need to be a bit more exact in what you are talking about.
I'm not convinced. Your evidence is circumstantial. It's not direct evidence that skeptics are more or less irked by homeopathy. How do you quantify levels of irk? Are the number of articles on blogs the only measure of irk?Yes it does. You asked "does it?" and I showed you evidence that it does.
Okay then. Skeptic + Homeopathy returns:
Skeptic + acupuncture returns
Skeptic + Naturopathic returns
My equally valid study shows that skeptics are almost twice as irked by naturopathy as they are homeopathy, and almost equally irked by acupuncture.
Your question still begs the question, "are skeptics more irked by homeopathy?"
A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep
Then your answer should be skeptics aren't more irked by Homeopathy compared to any other "snake oil" remedy.Your question still begs the question, "are skeptics more irked by homeopathy?"
Not sure why this is so difficult for the Homeopathy haters.