Undiluted humour: If Homeopathy Beats Science

By Grant Jacobs 24/02/2010

I know I really shouldn’t… But I can’t help myself.

This video, picked up via undergraduate biology student Michael Hawkins’s blog (which has just been restored to him after considerable fuss) is too good to pass up. Can’t beat British humour.

The alert will note the signage in the ’hospital’.

In case you’re wondering, it’s taken from the BAFTA award-winning British (BBC 2) comedy sketch show That Mitchell and Webb Look.

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