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  1. #1 Hinemoana
    November 30, 2010

    Oh, yeah, forgot.

    Well, it airs at 9am in some places, so I guess (if she’s not busy) she could still tell most of us her impressions beforehand. Definitely those that live outside the US anyway. There’s usually a few years delay between the USA and NZ.

  2. #2 Adam C.
    November 30, 2010

    She’s said in the previous post that she can’t talk about it until it airs due to the contract.

  3. #3 Hinemoana
    November 30, 2010

    I second Kevin. Also, do you think it will end up on YouTube or anything, for those not living in the US?

  4. #4 Kevin R
    November 29, 2010

    I would like to hear how you thought it went before you see the final edited cut. Did your views get a fair hearing? Was there any inaccurate information present as fact. Was there an open exchange of views to the benefit of the audience or do you feel Dr Oz was propagandizing the woo?

    just curious

  5. #5 G.D.
    November 29, 2010

    I agree with the other comments. Here’s a quote from dr. Oz:

    Alternative medicines deal with the body’s energy—something that traditional Western medicine generally does not. We’re beginning now to understand things that we know in our hearts are true but we could never measure. As we get better at understanding how little we know about the body, we begin to realize that the next big frontier … in medicine is energy medicine. It’s not the mechanistic part of the joints moving. It’s not the chemistry of our body. It’s understanding for the first time how energy influences how we feel.

    A guy who thinks “what the bleep do we know” is an accurate documentary on the current state of physics has no credibility whatsoever. Dr. Oz wouldn’t be able to distinguish scientific reasoning from confirmation bias if his life depended on it.

  6. #6 The Omnibrain
    November 29, 2010

    Dr. Oz is a complete moron. Or at least he seems that way. Does it really matter which? Either way any science he talks about becomes completely and utterly unbelievable.

  7. #7 Mary Severinghaus
    November 29, 2010

    Oz buys into so much alternative medicine garbage–why should anyone listen to, much less believe, what he has to say about plant genetics?

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