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"High-dilution" experiments a delusion

The now celebrated report by Dr J. Benveniste and colleagues elsewhere is found, by a visiting Nature team, to be an insubstantial basis for the claims made for them.

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Maddox, J., Randi, J. & Stewart, W. "High-dilution" experiments a delusion. Nature 334, 287–290 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1038/334287a0

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