Favorite Waste of Time: The Memory of Water edition

By Carl Zimmer | August 3, 2007 12:04 pm

My mid-year resolution is to become a more sociable blogger–to point out good posts elsewhere that might otherwise be missed. Today’s link: Philip Ball casts a steely gaze at the latest round of papers about the so-called “memory of water” over at homunculus

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  1. I would have posted this at Homunculus but am deterred easily (in this case, by the requisite Google account):

    The ‘memory of water’ specifically (and broader assault on science by Postmodernism) is addressed in Fashionable Nonsense by Sokal and Bricmont, which I finally muscled my way through and ultimately enjoyed. Nice to see bloggers also taking on this task!

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