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Jul 08, 2004 08:15 AM

by Bart Lidofsky

stevestubbs wrote:

In the first pkace, copper does not dissolve in water, so you must be thinking of copper sulfate, which does dissolve in water producing copper and sulfate ions.

http://www.herbs2000.com/homeopathy/cuprum_met.htm

that many ions. That is not exactly pure. If you were to dilute that solution 10^17 times, which I would wager would test the patience of the most determined homeopath, then you would average 1 molecule or 2 ions per ml.That's where you're incorrect. I will take the 30C method, one step at a time:

1C: Make a 1% solution, well mixed = 10^-2 original substance.

2C: Take the 1% solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-4 original substance

3C: Take the 10^-4 solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-6 original substance.

4C: Take the 10^-6 solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-8 original substance.

5C: Take the 10^-8 solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-10 original substance.

6C: Take the 10^-10 solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-12 original substance.

7C: Take the 10^-12 solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-14 original substance.

8C: Take the 10^-14 solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-16 original substance.

9C: Take the 10^-16 solution, make a 1% solution out of that = 10^-18 original substance.

Oh dear! We're only at 9C, and we have already passed your number! And, if you see the progression, the percentage of the original substance in the mixture = 10^-(2 times the number before the "C"). However, I must admit, that I forgot about the X concentrations (which are not commonly used). Those have concentrations of 10^-(the number before the "X").

Essentially, remedies beyond the 12C or 24X strength statistically contain no atoms or molecules of the original substance.

Bart

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