The Malik-bot is either an artificial intelligence or a genuine stupidity, whose sole function is to spam comment threads with credulous bollocks about homeopathy. Blessed with a BHMS – Bachelor of Homeopathic “Medicine” and Surgery, and $DEITY help us if she practices the latter – the Malik-bot uses copy-paste statements like “real is scientific homeopathy” and links back to her blog.
Previous egregious idiocies include the defence of “super-Avogadro dilutions“, a concept unknown to science.
In a willful attempt to boost the reputation of her blog, she applied for a HONcode, from Health On Net. A code was initially granted, then reviewed in response to complaints. The review caused the HONcode logo to show a red warning, and a link to the re-examination page. But, as @XtalDave recently spotted, Malik has mendaciously redirected the link to an archive service that shows the original page.
After all, nothing says trustworthy health information quite like falsifying your registration with a health resource website, does it?
Read xtaldave’s excellent takedown for more.