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Comment: Re:Heomeopathy = Placebo (Score -1, Redundant) 507

by AeiwiMaster (#31251866) Attached to: NHS Should Stop Funding Homeopathy, Says Parliamentary Committee

Actually not, homeopathic medicine is made from the wrong stuff.

When you make a homeopathic sollutins you observe the symbtoms
and chose a chemical component which would give the same symptoms
if it was given in a concentrated form.

You than add this component to pure water, shake it, dilute it, skate it etc.
Where the resulting remedy have the OPPOSITE effect of the original chemical.

If you know a little chemistry you know Le Chaterlier's principle.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Chatelier's_principle

When you add a chemical to water it will prompts an opposing reaction.
So, water will take on a vibration which is the opposite of the chemicals.
When you add some more water and add some energy by shaking,
then the new water start to vibrate in resonance with the first water.
Then you repeat this process until no trace of the original chemical is present.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Chatelier's_principle

Science

Programmable Quantum Computer Created 132

Posted by Soulskill
from the four-out-of-five-ain't-bad dept.
An anonymous reader writes "A team at NIST (the National Institute of Standards and Technology) used berylium ions, lasers and electrodes to develop a quantum system that performed 160 randomly chosen routines. Other quantum systems to date have only been able to perform single, prescribed tasks. Other researchers say the system could be scaled up. 'The researchers ran each program 900 times. On average, the quantum computer operated accurately 79 percent of the time, the team reported in their paper.'"

Comment: Re:Voting for the ideas. (Score 1) 154

by AeiwiMaster (#29552255) Attached to: Google Project 10^100 Reaches Voting Phase

I am on board, If we can find some funding for this.

I am a freelance programmer from Denmark.
Have done a lot of web programing with c/c++,php and sql.

Also I have made a new type of polls,
which I call eigenpolls, it might be something we can use.
http://all-technology.com/eigenpolls/

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