Ce spun laureati Nobel despre homeopatie? (eng.)


Dr. Nancy Malik BHMS


What Nobel laureates, doctors, scientists, professors and science writers had to say on homoeopathy?


1. Emil Adolf von Behring (1905)



Emil Adolf von Behring



The Father of Immunology


Emil Adolf von Behring (1854–1917) won the first Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1901 for his discovery of the diphtheria antitoxin.


In 1892 Behring actually experimented with serial (homeopathic) dilutions and found paradoxically enhanced immunogenic activity, but he was advised to suppress this experiment due to the aid and comfort it would provide to homeopaths. Only after he won the Nobel Prize did he feel comfortable in making public these experiments


Ref: Coulter, H.L, Divided Legacy: A History of the Schism in Medical Thought, Volume IV: Twentieth-Century Medicine: The Bacteriological Era. The North Atlantic Books, Berkley, 1994, p. 97


Behring broke from orthodox medical tradition by recognizing the value of the homeopathic law of similar in 1905


Ref: Dana Ullman http://bit.ly/HdOryq


He asserted that vaccination is, in part, derived from the homeopathic principle of similars.“In spite of all scientific speculations and experiments regarding smallpox vaccination, Jenner’s discovery remained an erratic blocking medicine, till the biochemically thinking Pasteur, devoid of all medical classroom knowledge, traced the origin of this therapeutic block to a principle which cannot better be characterized than by Hahnemann’s word: homeopathic. Indeed, what else causes the epidemiological immunity in sheep, vaccinated against anthrax than the influence previously exerted by a virus, similar in character to that of the fatal anthrax virus? And by what technical term could we more appropriately speak of this influence, exerted by a similar virus than by Hahnemann’s word “homeopathy”? I am touching here upon a subject anathematized till very recently by medical penalty: but if I am to present these problems in historical illumination, dogmatic imprecations must not deter me.”


Ref: Behring, A. Emil von, Moderne phthisiogenetische und phthisoitherapeutische: Probleme in historischer Beleuchtung. Margurg: Selbsteverlag des Verfassers, 1905


2. Brian David Josephson (1997)



Brian D. Josephson


Nobel Laureate – Physics 1973


“Simple-minded analysis may suggest that water, being a fluid, cannot have a structure of the kind that such a picture would demand. But cases such as that of liquid crystals, which while flowing like an ordinary fluid can maintain an ordered structure over macroscopic distances, show the limitations of such ways of thinking. There have not, to the best of my knowledge, been any refutations of homeopathy that remain valid after this particular point is taken into account.”


Dr. Brian D. Josephson’s (Emeritus Professor, University of Cambridge) responding to an article in the New Scientist (October 18, 1997) Ref: How Homeopathic Medicines Work: Nanopharmacology At Its Best


3. Luc Antoine Montagnier (2009)



Luc Montagnier


Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008


Dr. Luc Montagnier, the French virologist,  said about homeopathy:“high dilutions of something are not nothing…”Electromag­netic signals are produced by aqueous nanostruct­ures derived from bacterial DNA Sequences (2009).  Potentised bacteria and virus DNA emits electromagnetic signals (low frequency radio waves) at 5C and 6C potencies and forms nano-structures which lasts 48 hours.This is the so-called „memory of the water”.

He  says homeopathy medicine is “real” phenomenon and Benveniste is today’s Galileo Galilei.

Luc Montagnier escapes intellectu­al terrorism and he currently works as a full-time professor at Shanghai Jiaotong University in China. He said, “they [Europe] are afraid to publish it [homeopathy] because of the intellectu­­al terror from people who don’t understand it.”

It shows intellectu­al terror the so-called science puts up on homeopathy and homeopaths.



4. Ervin Laszlo (2004)





Twice nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2004/5


“Water has a remarkable capacity to register and conserve information, as indicated by, amongst other things, homeopathic remedies that remain effective even when not a single molecule of the original substance remains in a dilution”,


-Dr. Ervin Laszlo, Professor of ‘Systems Theory’ and the author of book ‘Science and the Akashic Field’, 2004, p. 53.


5. Rabindranath Tagore (1936)

Indian writer


indian writer


Nobel Prize in Literature 1913


“I have long been an ardent believer in the science of Homeopathy and I fell happy that it has got now a greater hold in India than even in the land of its origin. It is not merely a collection of a few medicines but a real science with a rational philosophy as its base.”


Ref: Bagchi, A. K. Rabindranath Tagore and His Medical World. New Delhi: Konark Publishers, 2000


6. Mother Teresa (1950)

Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu

Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu



Nobel Peace Prize 1979


Mother Teresa added homeopathic care to the services at her missions. She opened her first charitable homeopathic dispensary in Calcutta in 1950. At present, four charitable homeopathic dispensaries are run under the guidance of the Mother’s Missionaries of Charity


Ref: Dana Ullman, „The Homeopathic Revolution:  WhyFamous people and cultural heroes love homeopathy”

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