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The Memory of Water: a scientific heresy? (Editorial by Peter Fisher); The Memory of Water: an overview (Martin F. Chaplin); The history of the Memory of Water (Yolène Thomas); Can Water possibly have a memory? A sceptical view (José Teixeira); Long term structural effects in water: autothixotropy of water and its hysteresis (Bohumil Vybíral and Pavel Vorácek); The defining role of structure (including epitaxy) in the plausibility of homeopathy (Manju Lata Rao Rustum Roy Iris R. Bell and Richard Hoover); Can low-temperature thermoluminescence cast light on the nature of ultra-high dilutions? (Louis Rey); The 'Memory of Water': an almost deciphered enigma. Dissipative structures in extremely dilute aqueous solutions (V. Elia E. Napoli and R. Germano); The possible role of active oxygen in the Memory of Water (Vladimir L. Voeikov); The silica hypothesis for homeopathy: physical chemistry (David J. Anick and John A. Ives); The octave potencies convention: a mathematical model of dilution and succession (David J. Anick); The nature of the active ingredient in ultramolecular dilutions (Otto Weingärtner); Conspicuous by its absence; the Memory of Water macro-entanglement and the possibility of homeopathy (L.R. Milgrom). [Complete set of papers reproduced by Ben Goldacre at Bad Science August 2007]