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Astrology could help take pressure off NHS doctors claims Conservative MP

Posted by doctore0 on February 25, 2015

Wow some serious stupid in progress..

fail2David Tredinnick says that astrology and complementary medicine could help healthcare and opponents are ‘racially prejudiced’

A Conservative MP has claimed that astrology could have “a role to play in healthcare”.

David Tredinnick said astrology, along with complementary medicine, could take pressure off NHS doctors, but acknowledged that any attempt to spend taxpayers’ money on consulting the stars would cause “a huge row”.

He criticised the BBC and TV scientist Professor Brian Cox for taking a “dismissive” approach to astrology, and accused opponents of being “racially prejudiced”.

The MP for Bosworth, in Leicestershire, who is a Capricorn and in 2010 paid back £755 he had claimed in expenses for software that used astrology to diagnose medical conditions, told Astrological Journal: “I do believe that astrology and complementary medicine would help take the huge pressure off doctors.

“Ninety per cent of pregnant French women use homeopathy. Astrology is a useful diagnostic tool enabling us to see strengths and weaknesses via the birth chart.

“And, yes, I have helped fellow MPs. I do foresee that one day astrology will have a role to play in healthcare.”
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Reptilian Bieber-mosh

Posted by doctore0 on February 18, 2015

Captain Disillusion explains the video compression artifact behind the reptilian alien conspiracy beliefs

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Professor Brian Cox Enraged Deepak Chopra

Posted by doctore0 on February 13, 2015

After Brian tweeted a scientific fact, the famously calm Deepak threatened to shove something up Brian’s, um, dark matter

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Should the NHS fund homeopathy?

Posted by doctore0 on February 1, 2015

Nop!

Obligatory :)

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Makayla Sault, girl who refused chemo for leukemia, dies

Posted by doctore0 on January 22, 2015

Killed by “Jesus”/religion + woo :(

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Conman ‘John of god’ set to visit Sydney next month

Posted by doctore0 on October 27, 2014

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Police to lift lid on murky world of bogus faith healers who promise cures for huge sums of money

Posted by doctore0 on September 15, 2014

… all faith healers are bogus!

godscamPolice hope to lift the lid on the murky world of ‘faith healers’ who promise cures for everything from cancer to marriage breakdown – for huge sums of money.

A team of officers has been put together to investigate the scale of the fraud in the city for the first time.

The Leicester Mercury is aware of a number of cases of people handing over tens of thousands of pounds to criminals who then say meaningless prayers or perform rituals for them.

An unknown number of tricksters are operating in the city, advertising in foreign language newspapers or by putting business cards through letterboxes or leaving the on car windscreens.

Many claim to be able to use prayer to lift curses, heal broken marriages and solve financial problems.

Others say they can cure illnesses including cancer and HIV.

Inspector Ben Gillard, commander of Leicester’s Spinney Hill Park police station, said the team needed the community’s help to trace the perpetrators.

Insp Gillard said: “People are being exploited and handing over large sums of money to these people.

“We want to work with the faith community leaders and other people in the community because this is not solely a police issue.
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Treating Ebola with Homeopathy

Posted by doctore0 on August 11, 2014

WTF… homeopathy madness.. sheesh

How to Make Your Own Ebola Remedy

What you need:
1. A face mask and gloves
2. Two bottles (50 ml up to 500 ml glass or plastic bottles) with caps
3. Clean water (mineral or tap water)
4. An Ebola sample: some spit or other disease product, such as blood, from a person infected with Ebola, or who is suspected sick with it. Any small quantity will do, even a pinhead.
5. An alcoholic liquid, such as whisky, brandy, rum, etc.
6. Half an hour of your time.

Procedure:
1. Fill the bottle with water, leaving about 20% space at the top.
2. Place the Ebola sample in the water in the bottle.
3. Close the top of the bottle with the cap.
4. Hold the bottle and strike it hard against a solid surface, such as a large book, 40 times.
5. Pour out the contents of the bottle.
6. Refill the bottle with water (the fluid remaining on the inside surface of the bottle will serve as the next Ebola sample).
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 a total of 30 times.

Using this stock bottle, you can supply the Ebola remedy to as many people you want. With one drop from the stock bottle as an Ebola sample you can produce another stock bottle to give to someone else. Instead of the original Ebola sample you used above to make the original stock bottle, you use a drop from the first stock bottle. This process can be carried out ad infinitum, supplying a whole city, etc., if needed.

Taking Your Home-Made Ebola Remedy

For prevention:
1. Place a teaspoonful of your Ebola remedy from the stock bottle into a cup filled with water.
2. Stir the water five times with a disposable spoon or stick.
3. Take a sip from the cup.
4. During the epidemic, take a sip once or twice a day, stirring five times before taking the sip.
5. Refill the cup as needed after striking the stock bottle against a hard surface five times.

If you are sick with Ebola:
1. Place a teaspoonful of the Ebola remedy from your stock bottle into a cup filled with water.
2. Stir the water five times with a disposable spoon or stick.
3. Take a sip every 15 minutes, stirring five times each time until you notice improvement, then stop.
4. On improving, you can ease off and take the remedy every hour or so, again stirring five times before taking the remedy each time.
5. Refill the cup as needed after striking the stock bottle against a hard surface five times.

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Update: They removed the post… coz it was insane :)

Bonus

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Can illness be cured by prayer?

Posted by doctore0 on March 23, 2014

Naaahhh….. prayer = pure delusion/stupid!
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Malaysian Witch Doctors Try to Locate Missing Plane

Posted by doctore0 on March 14, 2014

Ugga bugga
Malaysia invites witch doctors help ‘locate’ the missing Malaysia Airlines jet,


The prime minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak, has been labelled brainless for allowing a witch doctor to help in the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Ibrahim Mat Zin, a famous “bomoh” (witch doctor), performed a prayer at Kuala Lumpur International Airport with coconuts and a “magic stick” to trace the missing aircraft.

Zin, also known as the Raja Bomoh Sedunia Nujum VIP, who plans to return to the airport to perform another prayer, told Free Malaysia Today: “I think the plane is still in the air or has crashed into the sea.”

One user of Weibo (the Chinese social media service) wrote: “I feel so ashamed as a Malaysian for the first time, not because of any wrongdoing on Malaysia’s part but for having a brainless prime minister.

“Instead of hiring a witch doctor holding two coconuts to be ridiculed, would be better off to do something down-to-earth.
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