The write-up on “Homeopathy” given on the Wikipedia website doesn’t represent the true definition of homeopathic system of medicine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy). At many places the write up gives wrong information, biased references, and half cooked knowledge to readers. Therefore, this piece of writing is misleading to general public.
For example the statement “Homeopathy is a pseudoscience and its effects are no more than those of placebo” is cited with 04 references only, which are insufficient to conclude a science to be unreal.
There are thousand other references which says Homeopathy is a plausible science. For example Why extreme dilutions reach non-zero asymptotes: a nanoparticulate hypothesis based on froth flotation http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23083226.
Wikipedia has also disabled editing of this page.
Homeopathy is growing as an established science and has been evolved over the past few decades, be it research or clinical practice. There are many evidences that prove the scientificity of homeopathy.
Therefore, the writeup on Homeopathy must be updated without bias, by consulting experts of various fields and using authentic references. This page must be made available to experts for edit, so that true information may be made available online.
Originally initiated by Dr Sourav Arora
Wikipedia co-founder wants to stop Homoeopathy