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Homeopathic arsenic cure is 'silly pseudoscience'

That diluted water 'remembers' arsenic is silly pseudoscience (see Homeopathy may combat arsenic poisoning). Surely, all water on the earth has been in contact with small amounts of arsenic (as well as a myriad of other things). So why wouldn't normal water have produced the same effect as the homeopathic 'cure'? The researchers should look to their methodology instead of proclaiming a 'cure'.