The Eternal Closure of the Biased Mind? The Clinical and Scientific Relevance of Biophysics

UK geneticist Professor Steve Jones’ aphorism about science that it is ‘‘a broad church full of narrow minds trained to know even more about even less’’1 could be considered an apt description of the recent commentary that appeared in the American Journal of Medicine.2 In it, the biomedical
community was urged to adopt a closed mind toward homeopathy. Quite early on, however, by referring to manipulative physical therapies as ‘‘some of the more plausible aspects of alternative medicine,’’ one of the commentary’s authors seems to contradict his published stance on chiropractic.