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The Sciences

New age therapy flowchart

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitOctober 15, 2010 7:34 PM


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I love Crispian Jago. It is that simple. Why, you ask? Because he's created a New Age therapy treatment flowchart. And he's British, and funny, so you know what to expect:


[Click to dehomeopathenate and see the whole chart.] That's just one part; the complete version has NSFW language, but it's really funny. The thing is, Poe's law reigns supreme amongst alt-medders. I wonder how many chiropractors will put this up on their office wall as a guide for their patients?

Tip o' the subluxated spine to Fark.

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