I have written responses to pseudoscientific claims in the Addison Independent and the newsletter of the Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op.  More responses are needed, but I don't want to be the only one writing, and I'm not a scientist.


There are false claims getting published regarding Bach Flower Therapy, dangers of cell phones, chiropractic for infants, reflexology, and other baloney.


If you are an Addison County skeptic, please begin writing, and please contact any scientist you know, asking that he or she step up for science and reason.


Jerry Shedd

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Glad to hear you've been doing this, Jerry.  I sometimes feel overwhelmed by so many people believing so much woo.


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