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Nuts at every level. There is no plutonium in this bottle because, as with all homeopathic medicines, whatever ingredients you see listed on the label are by definition not in the bottle. That it is legal to sell homeopathic crap of any kind is a testimony to pathological ignorance, but this one really takes the cake.
Given that plutonium is among the most lethal of all substances, you pretty much have to trust in the utterly fraudulent nature of homeopathy to even consider taking these pills. But what I really want to know is where they got the original plutonium to start the homeopathic dilution procedure from.
You see, the way you make homeopathic "remedies" is by starting with some actual substance, bee pollen, dog hair, whatever, dissolving it in water and/or alcohol, and then diluting that 10-to-1. Then you dilute that solution 10-to-1 again, and again, and again. You do this somewhere between 30 and 50 times. By this point it's easy to calculate that there's basically no chance that there is even a single molecule of the original substance left. Which is a good thing when that substance is plutonium.
But still, there remains the question of whether this preparation started from a solution containing actual plutonium, and if so, where did they get it? Maybe they just drove some water by an air force base housing nuclear bombs and called it close enough. It's not like you could tell the difference in the final product.
Source: Max Whitby of RGB
Contributor: Max Whitby of RGB
Acquired: 29 April, 2009
Text Updated: 28 June, 2009