When a Nobel Prize-winning scientist produces research normally folks pay attention. Apparently when it challenges the medical status quo that's not necessarily the case. Dana Ullman writes in the Huffington Post recently about Dr. Luc Montagnier, the French virologist who won the Nobel Prize in 2008 for discovering the AIDS virus, and his article in the magazine Science about his experiments on the mechanisms involved in homeopathy.
Scientists today don't just dislike homeopathy, they loathe it. In their mechanical world it's impossible to have any health impact when elements are diluted beyond a reasonable level. They discount any other scientific explanations for the effects of homeopathy and completely ignore their own ignorance of any other possibilities.
Ullman's article makes for fascinating reading for those with an open mind.