"High-dilution" experiments a delusion

@article{Maddox1988HighdilutionEA,
  title={"High-dilution" experiments a delusion},
  author={John Royden Maddox and James Randi and Walter W. Stewart},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1988},
  volume={334},
  pages={287-290}
}
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