Ultra-High Dilutions and Homeopathy: Can They Be Explained without Non-Local Theory?

Ultra-High Dilutions and Homeopathy: Can They Be Explained without Non-Local Theory? Homeopathy. 2018 Jun 05;: Authors: Almirantis Y, Tsitinidis K Abstract We discuss questions related to the 'Benveniste Affair', its consequences and broader issues in an attempt to understand homeopathy. Specifically, we address the following points: 1.:  The relationship between the experiments conducted by Benveniste, Montagnier, their collaborators and groups that independently tested their results, to 'traditional' homeopathy. 2.:  Possible non-local components such as 'generalised entanglement' as the basis of the homeopathic phenomenon and experimental evidence for them. 3.:  The capability of highly diluted homeopathic remedies to provoke tangible biological changes in whole organisms and cellular experimental systems. 4.:  Aspects of the similia principle related to the above. 5.:  Suggestions that can lead to experimental verifications of the non-local hypothesis in homeopathy. PMID: 29871024 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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