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You can hear Prof. Harry G. Frankfurt discuss science and BS at !

The Good Science Detection Guide: A quick guide to identifying good science and spotting bad science, non science or pseudoscience.

Homeopathy & highlights of a BBC Horizon programme on a rigorous test on homeopathic medicine at

This will show you the first section. There are five short sections in total which are worth watching and quite well done. There is a $1,000,000 prize for someone to show that homeopathy works and the BBC team go out to try to win it.