Well she's apparently also pretty good at looking like an idiot so please don't encourage her!I like her acting, and think she is a good actor, she should stick to what she is good at.
Poor poor Gwyneth__This is a good example of the mind-set of people who believe being a liberal is a sign of intelligence_
If the claim had been that aliens were the catalyst; I would want to see the aliens in action!
When a crime is ignored ~ it becomes flagrant;
When a crime is rewarded ~ it becomes epidemic:
No Amnesty No Exception
As I have already stated to another poster
... , there is no doubt the there needs to be more controls in such experiments, especially to limit any error or manipulation. And that attribution to anything more than vibrations, if it exists, is unattainable at this time.
But the experiments are repeatable.
What it means, and how it is accomplished is up for discussion.
As you can see though, I am all for the cause being vibrations and do not attribute any specific meaning to the results.
"The law is reason, free from passion."
About the scientist friend Paltrow referred to "Dr. Sadeghi serves as an on-air health expert for FOX News"
Dr. Habib Sadeghi D.O. | Be Hive of Healing
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I tend to agree with Paltrow....I don't evem see how her statements are controversial - apparently the disagreement is there.
If I was her I would tell every tyrant to shut the **** up.
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"Commentators have criticized Emoto for insufficient experimental controls and for not sharing enough details of his approach with the scientific community. William A. Tiller, another researcher featured in the documentary What The Bleep Do We Know?, states that Emoto's experiments fall short of proof, since they do not control for other factors in the supercooling of water. In addition, Emoto has been criticized for designing his experiments in ways that leave them prone to manipulation or human error influencing the findings. Writing about Emoto's theory in the Skeptical Inquirer, physician Harriet A. Hall concluded that it was "hard to see how anyone could mistake it for science".
Emoto was offered the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge by James Randi in 2003, and would have received US$1,000,000 if he had been able to reproduce the experiment under test conditions agreed to by both parties. He has not participated and the prize money is still offered."
Anthropogenic global warming, although controversial with conservatives, libertarians, fringe scientists and some energy companies, has been documented and verified by hundreds of real scientists.
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