Skeptics fail in homeopathy-based mass suicide attempt

Today many skeptical protesters gathered outside of Boots Pharmacies in the UK and Australia to take part in public mass overdoses of homeopathic remedies. This protest was organized by the 10:23 campaign, devoted to proving that there are no active ingredients in homeopathic products.

But unfortunately for homeopaths, not a single protester died or was in any way harmed by these actions, as they should have been if there were active ingredients in them:

The media response to this statement was scathing. Boots: We sell homeopathic remedies because they sell, not because they work was one headline. However they sugar it, you’re swallowing a delusion was another. An open letter to Boots from the Merseyside Skeptics followed…

4 Responses to Skeptics fail in homeopathy-based mass suicide attempt

  1. efrafandays says:

    >> Skeptics fail in homeopathy-based mass suicide attempt


  2. […] defeat. A few days ago, we recorded a bonus show reporting that a group of skeptics in Britain had staged a “mass suicide” at one of the largest pharmacy chain in the country. They consumed entire bottles of homeopathic […]

  3. […] Skeptics fail in homeopathy-based suicide attempt – The 1023 campaign sparked a great deal of attention on this little publicity stunt and made homeopathy look incredibly stupid. […]

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