The Scientific Plausibility Of Homeopathy Apart from the good scientific evidence which shows that homeopathy works, there is also a lot of good science which provides a plausible explanation of how it works. And new discoveries about water and its role in biology are providing more affirmation all the time. The evidence from trials proves that it works, the discoveries described below, and many others, prove that it is scientifically plausible. We are at the stage where an explanation for how it works is emerging from scientific research. New validations are appearing all the time from scientists working quite independently of homeopathy. Here are some examples. A huge amount of research on water shows that its molecular structure is changed by what is dissolved in it. This means that the homeopathic process of potentisation has scientific validation. Biological molecules communicate with each other via signals carried by water. This suggests that a signal in water can have a healing effect. This is exactly what a homeopathic remedy does. Hormesis is a very important affirmation of homeopathy. It is the phenomenon of small doses having the opposite effect to large ones. The small doses stimulate a reaction against the medicine and therefore also against an illness which is similar to the medicine, in accordance with the homeopathic law of simllarity. The well known scientific law of interference states that two similar waves of different origin will cancel each other out. This makes the action of a homeopathic remedy in cancelling out a disease state scientifically plausible. (In homeopathy a “disease” is a state of the patient) In epitaxy molecular structures are transferred from one substance to another without any transfer of material. Again, this is a well established but novel scientific phenomenon with clear relevance to homeopathy - in this case to the action of a medicine when taken. The changes produced in potentised water can be detected electro-magnetically and by means of nuclear magnetic resonance. (More info.). There are thousands of scientific papers that report effects related to homeopathy. If they were brought together they would make a strong case for the scientific acceptance of homeopathy.