We've been doing the science and law thing around natural health for close on 20 years now.
But the seriousness and importance of our current predicament also triggers our team to look for new, interesting and even amusing ways of sharing information.
So when Ismail said why don't we use ITV's 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' gameshow format, the show now hosted by ex-Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, we jumped at it. The concept was to take a number of pieces of information that have been condemned widely and with voracity as conspiracy theories, that were later supported by evidence. We have a big list of these, and 8 of them made it to the final cut.
Following is the product. We hope it both informs and amuses. Please share widely.
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