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Disinformation on Homeopathy: Two 

Leading Sources

Posted: 10/ 3/2011 12:43 pm

A campaign of disinformation on homeopathic 

medicine has been 

very active in the United Kingdom and in the 

U.S., and my previous article provided some detail 

about this effort. It is next

important to give specific examples of two
leaders behind this 
disinformation.

Two of the leading antagonists to homeopathy 

are James Randi

 (U.S.) and Tracey Brown (UK). This short article 

is not meant to be exhaustive on the 

disinformation campaign against homeopathy,

but providing profiles of these leading 

antagonists to homeopathy 

will hopefully shed light on the nature of their information and how

trustworthy they may or may not be.

Please know that this review and critique of 

Mr. Randi and Ms. Brown is not an ad hominem 

attack on these two individuals. 

I have a great amount of respect for Mr. Randi 

as an entertainer and magician, and Ms. Brown is a 

highly-competent public relations professional. 

They may also be quite lovely people too,

but whether they are nice or lovely or 

entertaining or competent is not the point of this

article. Instead, this article reviews their 

actions, their priorities, and the organizations 

that they haverepresented, all of which are 

reasonable and appropriate areas 

for critique and are not personal attacks on who 

they are.


James Randi, Magician Extraordinaire and 

Master of Deception 

James Randi is a first-class magician who 

appeared many times 

on the "Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson and 

who, more recently, 

has become famous for supposed "debunking" 

of various 

paranormal phenomena and "pseudoscience." 

However, one must 

remember that in order to become an 

accomplished magician, 

James Randi became an expert in having people 

look at one hand

 while he was creating "magic" (or clever 

deception) with the other.

Randi receives a lot of press because of his 

$1 million "challenge" 

to anyone who claims to provide hard evidence 

for homeopathic 


medicine or other "paranormal" phenomena. 

Although few serious 

researchers have taken Randi and his "prize" 

seriously, I 

participated in an experiment with which Randi 

was connected in 

2003, and this experience taught me much about 

him. I should 

first say that I had no expressed desire to win his 

prize, and even 

if this experiment had a positive result, I would 

not have received 

any monetary award.

Mark Golden, a producer for John Stossel and 

ABC's "20/20" 

program, asked me to participate in a merging 

of "reality television

" and "science." He asked if there was a 

laboratory experiment that

 could be conducted to prove that homeopathic medicines had 

biological activity (or not) ... and to add a little 

more TV drama to it, 

Golden told me a successful result could lead to 

winning $1 million

 to a homeopathic organization from James 

Randi. I told him there

were several such experiments, but one study 

was particularly

 noteworthy because it was conducted by 

Professor Madeleine 

Ennis, a former skeptic of homeopathy who 

was a professor of 

biochemistry at Queens College in Belfast, Ireland. Further, I told 

this producer that three other universities had 

replicated her 

experiment (Belon, Cumps, Ennis, 1999; Belon, 

Cumps, Ennis, 2004).

I agreed to participate in the experiment if 

Professor Ennis 

conducted the study or served as a consultant 

to the study to 

assure that it was correctly conducted. The 

producer agreed. I 

was therefore flown to New York to be 

interviewed, and a month 

later the study was to be conducted. Professor 

Ennis is a highly-

respected researcher, and she told the producer 

and me that she

 had no interest in conducting a "TV science experiment," but she 

would review the protocol of the researcher they 

chose to use.

When Professor Ennis was ultimately sent the 

protocol, she was 

shocked at what she received. This protocol was 

not her

 experiment (Ennis, 2004). In fact, it was clearly 

a study that was 

a set-up to disprove homeopathy. Ennis noted 

that certain chemicals 

used in the experiment were known to kill the 

specific types of cells 

that the experiment would be counting. Further, 

she listed egregious

 problems with this study (Ennis, 2004) and 

asserted that the 

"researcher" who created this new study had 

seemingly never 

previously conducted and published a study in 

his life. Actually, the

 the researcher who created this study and who 

was to conduct it was a lab technician without a graduate degree and without any previous 

publication history.

Professor Ennis and I also learned that this same researcher had conducted the same faulty 

experiment for the BBC, which sought

to discredit homeopathy (BBC, 2002). The 

narrator of this BBC program explicitly asserted 

that this TV experiment was a 

"replication" of Professor Ennis' previous study, 

though this assertion was sheer fabrication.

I then contacted "20/20's" producer, Mark 

Golden, to alert him of this problem, and he simply 

told me that he promised to "consult"

with Professor Ennis, but he was not obligated 

to do what she (or I) wanted. Although I had 

assumed that working with a producer at "20/20" 

would assure high ethical and journalistic 

standards, I began to wonder if my assumptions 

were correct.

 As it turned out, I also neglected to realize the 

impact of workingwith a team connected to John 

Stossel, a reporter who was previously caught 

fabricating a "study" on organic foods that 

incorrectly asserted that there was no difference between organic 

and conventional foods (Dowie, 2001).

In Stossel's commentary on homeopathy, he had 

the audacity to 

assert that the "university scientists who 

reviewed the test protocols

 and said they were 'technically sound' and 

'meticulously conducted.'" 

(Stossel, 2003) Although Stossel acknowledged 

on air that I 

objected to the study before it was started, he 

neglected to mention 

that the expert who his producer agreed to 

consult with this study

 had equally strenuous concerns.

It is more than a tad ironic that John Stossel 

frequently used and 

even popularized the term "junk science" on 

"20/20," and I began 

to wonder if he was engaging in it himself.

Prior to actually conducting this research, the 

researcher wrote me 

saying, "Without agreement by all participants 

on the manner of 

how things were done, the outcome of the experimentation is indeed 

virtually meaningless." And yet, he and the 

"20/20" team continued 

to conduct this junk science experiment with an 

outcome that 

indeed was meaningless.

It is further confusing that the "Amazing" 

James Randi or any of 

his many followers never commented about the 

quality of this study, 

even though they are known to ridicule virtually 

any and every 

study that has had a positive result from a 

homeopathic medicine. 

It certainly makes sense for a magician to want 

to expose frauds 

and charlatans. And yet, if Randi was truly 

serious about exposing

 frauds and charlatans, it is quite curious that he 

has chosen to go

after alternative medicine rather than Big 

Pharma and Big Medicine 

when there are many more egregious frauds 

that occur regularly 

and with much greater impact on society.

It is inappropriate to say that Randi (or anyone) 

should not expose 

any type of fraud, but it is reasonable to ask: 

Is there a "method"

 to deciding to focus on one rather than the 

other? Even though 

Randi prides himself on uncovering frauds and 

hoaxes, he seems 

to turn a blind eye when he himself may be 

involved in what could 

be deemed a fraud or hoax.

As for Randi's $1 million "prize," one can and 

should look at the 

 rules for this award that specifically give the 

James Randi 

Educational Fund (JREF) a clever way to avoid 

paying anything. 

Rule No. 4 asserts, "At any time prior to the 

Formal Test, the 

JREF reserves the right to re-negotiate the 

protocol if issues are 

discovered that would prevent a fair and 

unbiased test" 

(Randi Prize, 2011). As it turns out, a more 

recent effort to test 

homeopathy with a protocol agreed upon by 

Randi and famous 

Greek homeopath George Vithoulkas was 

delayed so long by Randi 

that it led to the impossibility to the trial (Vithoulkas.com). In 

Randi's defense, he does not wish to comment 

on the past or what 

he said or agreed to previously (Randi.org 2008).

James Randi is not just a homeopathic and 

alternative medicine 

skeptic, he is also a climate change denier 

(Randi.org). A large 

number of his followers have had a seriously 

difficult time accepting 

his stance, and yet these followers defend him 

by asserting that he 

is not really a "scientist" and cannot be expected 

to understand 

these complex issues (Myers, 2009). These 

followers argue that 

Randi is competent enough to declare with 

certainty that many 

homeopathic and alternative treatments are 

"bunk," and yet, like 

cult members, his followers ignore the fact that 

he is neither a 

scientist nor a physician and cannot be expected 

to understand 

the complex issues of the healing process.

If James Randi had serious concerns about 

fraud and deception in 

medicine and science, one would think that he 

would not be silent 

on the rampant chicanery considerable fraud 

regularly committed 

by conventional medical and "scientific" 

researchers and by Big 

Pharma companies. However, Randi is a great 

magician, and he is 

clearly a recognized expert at misdirection.

The advantage of Randi's climate change position 

is that he stands 

with and by Big Oil and Big Corp. To quote the 

church lady, 

"How convenient."

It is, however, more than a tad ironic that James 

Randi himself 

seems to have become a victim (or an 

accomplice) to a deception 

in his personal life. Randi's long-time companion, 

Jose Luis Alvarez, 

was arrested in early Sept. 2011 for identity thief (Franceschini 

and Burstein, 2011). This news story carries the additional irony 

that a master of fraud detection has himself been deceived 

(my personal condolences and my recognition 

that any person 

can be deceived). However, in this case, the man 

posing as Jose 

Luis Alvarez had, with Randi's help and advocacy, 

once pretended

 to be a "medium" in Australia as a media stunt 

and test of the 

"new age" community there. Randi and "Alvarez" 

got significant 

media coverage for this hoax.

The old adage that people teach what they 

themselves need to 

learn seems to have special meaning here.

Tracey Brown: Science Educator or Big 

Pharma PR Agent?

Most people probably have not heard of Tracey 

Brown, the director 

of Sense About Science (also known as SAS), a 

British organization

 that has campaigned against homeopathic 

medicine and in favor 

of GMOs in foods.

Prior to Ms. Brown's involvement at Sense About Science, she was

 a senior analyst in the "Risk Analysis Unit" of the leading British 

public relations company, Regester Larkin, a company 

known to 

represent Big Pharma, Big Oil and Big 

Multinationals. However, 

Ms. Brown does not list her former employment 

at Regester Larkin 

at the SAS website. To her credit, however, she 

does not hide the 

fact that more than one-third of the money that 

SAS raised between 

2004 and 2009 was derived from the 

pharmaceutical industry.

Ms. Brown's bio at the SAS website also does not mention her 

former connection to "Living Marxism," which 

began in 1988 as the 

journal of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP), and 

later became the 

glossy LM Magazine. The demise of LM was 

linked to its denial of 

one of the atrocities for which Bosnian Serb 

military leader Ratio 

Mladic is currently awaiting trial at the 

International Criminal Court. 

In the mid-1990s the respected British TV news organization ITN 

scored a major scoop when it filmed a secret concentration camp 

operated by Mladic's forces. LM claimed that this 

footage was 

fabricated. Concerned about its reputation with 

the numerous 

news organizations to which it had sold the 

footage, ITN took LM 

to court, and won. The fine and costs imposed on 

LM led to its 

 bankruptcy. A year or so later, this far left group reemerged as a 

libertarian organization with a strong 

anti-regulation and 

anti-environmental bent, and an aggressively 

pro-GM 

(genetic modification) stance (Goldsmith, 2010).

Although big corporate clients would stay far 

away from communist 

organizations, the anti-regulatory stances of 

libertarian 

organizations are a completely different matter. 

Ms. Brown's former 

and present Big Pharma and Big Corporate 

clients and funders 

probably loved it when she asserted, "that 

everything is made of 

chemicals, that synthetic chemicals are often 

much safer for human 

health than so-called 'natural' ones, and that unfounded anxiety 

about chemicals is encouraging people to buy 

into ideas and 

'remedies' that make little scientific or medical 

sense" (Brown, 

2006).

Indeed, as much as Ms. Brown and SAS want to 

reduce our fears 

about the new chemicals that various industries 

make that presently 

surround us, it appears they believe that we 

should increase our 

fears about using various natural medicines 

that do not fit their 

worldview. What is so remarkable about some 

skeptics of 

homeopathy is that they spin the well-known 

safety of 

homeopathic medicines into severe "risk" and 

"danger" if people 

choose to use them. Such skeptics (or "medical fundamentalists,"

 as they more aptly should be deemed) 

commonly assert that 

anything that delays "real" medical treatment is dangerous, 

despite the fact that medical treatments today 

have known 

significant side effects. (Milgrom, 2008)

In 2010, SAS and a collaborating organization, 

the Merseyside 

Skeptics Society, gained significant media 

attention by promoting 

demonstrations that ridiculed homeopathy by 

asserting that "there 

is nothing in homeopathic medicine." Although 

the Merseyside 

Skeptics Society is also called "Skeptics at the 

Pub," one would 

think that the media would easily recognize the 

low level of 

discourse that would emerge from a group with 

this name, but 

not when professional public relations people are 

pulling some 

strings. The demonstrators each imbibed an 

entire bottle of a 

homeopathic medicine to "prove" that there is 

nothing in it and, 

strangely enough, to show that they could not 

commit suicide by 

ingesting it. It is a tad ironic that these 

demonstrators equated the 

ability to commit suicide with a drug as a way to 

prove that it 

provides therapeutic action! And these 

demonstrations were further 

shown to be "unclear on the concept" of 

homeopathy, because

ingesting a whole bottle of a homeopathic 

medicine would not 

prove or disprove anything. At best, it may be 

akin to using a nail 

instead of a needle to attempt to disprove 

acupuncture (clearly, 

this is garbage in, garbage out thinking).

SAS also played a major role in the 2010 biased 

and antagonistic 

report on homeopathy by the British House of 

Commons' Science 

and Technology Committee. In fact, Tracey 

Brown was one of only 

six participants in the hearings for this report, 

even though she is 

not an expert on the subject nor has she 

seemingly ever published 

a single article on the subject in a peer review 

journal. A report 

from this committee was issued recommending 

that the National

 Health Service stop funding for homeopathy and homeopathic 

doctors. This report was only of an advisory 

nature, and because 

the Health Minister has already expressed his 

support for 

consumers' right to choose their own health care, including 

homeopathy, this report provided no meaningful 

effect on the 

access to homeopathic medicine in England.

Any rational person should be very suspicious of this "report." 

The Science 

and Technology Committee normally consists of 

14 members of 

Parliament, and yet this report was only 

approved and signed by a

 "majority" of only three members, with one 

vote against the report 

(the vast majority of this committee did not take 

this investigation

 seriously). Of the three votes in favor, two 

members were so 

newly-appointed to this committee (to stack 

the deck?) that they 

did not attend any of the hearings. The 

remaining "yes" vote was 

from Evan Harris, a medical doctor and devout antagonist to 

homeopathy. Ironically, shortly after this vote, 

Harris was voted 

out of office from a general election by a 20-

something-year-old 

candidate who had no previous political 

experience. This report 

was not exactly a vote of and for the people.

Tracey Brown is a public relations expert, and 

with significant 

funding from Big Pharma and its attendant 

foundations and trusts, 

she and Sense About Science have maintained a 

high profile in the

 media. Hopefully, people will understand on 

what side her bread is 

buttered.

Medical Fundamentalism: An Unscientific 

Attitude

Brian Josephson, Ph.D., won a Nobel Prize in 

1973 and is presently 

professor emeritus at Cambridge University. 

Josephson asserts that 

many scientists today suffer from "pathological 

disbelief" -- that is, 

they maintain an unscientific attitude that is 

embodied by the 

statement "even if it were true I wouldn't believe 

it" (Josephson, 1997).Josephson wryly 

responded to the chronic ignorance of homeopathy 

by its skeptics saying, "The idea that water 

can have a memory 

can be readily refuted by any one of a number 

of easily understood,

 invalid arguments."

In the new interview in Science (Dec. 24, 2010), 

Luc Montagnier, 

who won a Nobel Prize in 2008 for discovering 

the AIDS virus, also 

expressed real concern about the unscientific atmosphere that 

presently exists on certain unconventional 

subjects such as 

homeopathy, "I am told that some people have reproduced 

Benveniste's results (showing effects from 

homeopathic doses),

 but they are afraid to publish it because of the intellectual terror 

from people who don't understand it."

Montagnier concluded the interview when asked 

if he is concerned 

that he is drifting into pseudoscience. He replied adamantly: "No, 

because it's not pseudoscience. It's not quackery. 

These are real 

phenomena which deserve further study."

Luther Burbank, the botanist and agricultural 

scientist, perhaps 

said it best:

"I have never known a clergyman or a 
professor who could be 
more narrow, bigoted, and intolerant than 
some scientists, or 
pseudo-scientists ... Intolerance is a closed 
mind. Bigotry is an 
exaltation of authorities. Narrowness is 
ignorance unwilling to 
be taught. And one of the outstanding truths 
I have learned in 
my University (of Nature) is that the moment 
you reach a final 
conclusion on anything, set that conclusion 
up as a fact to 
which nothing can be added and from which 
nothing can be 
taken away, and refuse to listen to any new evidence, you 
have reached an intellectual dead-centre, and nothing will 
start the engine again short of a charge of 
dynamite ... 
Ossified knowledge is a dead-weight to the 
world, and it does 
not matter in what realm of man's intellectual activities it is 
found... Any obstinate clinging to outworn 
doctrines, whether 
of religion or politics or morality or of science, 
are equally 
damning and equally damnable." (Buhner, 
2004, p. 21)

If the subject of this article intrigues you, British 

chemist and 

homeopath Lionel Milgrom has written an 

excellent and detailed 

analysis of the myths that medical 

fundamentalists spread on

 homeopathy (and specific individuals who are 

the worst offenders) 

(Milgrom, 2010).

Thomas Kuhn, the great physicist and 

philosopher of science and 

author of the seminal "Structure of Scientific Revolutions," 

asserted that "paradigm shifts" seem only 

outrageous or 

revolutionary to those people who have invested themselves in the 

old paradigm... but to all others, the paradigm 

shift is a natural 

evolutionary development to virtually everyone 

else. The deniers 

of homeopathy are simply "too invested" 

personally and 

professionally in the old medical and scientific 

paradigm, while the 

rest of us consider the maturation of medicine 

and science as long 

overdue.It has been said that dinosaurs tend to 

yell and scream 

the loudest before 


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Dana Ullman, MPH, is America's leading spokesperson for 

homeopathy and is the founder of www.homeopathic.com . He is the 

author of 10 books, including his bestseller, "Everybody's Guide to Homeopathic Medicines." His most recent book is "The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy" (the foreword to this 

book was written by Dr. Peter Fisher, the 

Physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II). 


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