So, 1,800 patients, 1,200 being prayed for, for two weeks, I'm guessing three prayers a day, and you think that gives substantial evidence that prayer has no power? Do you realize what kind of numbers you are making that claim on?
That's about 50,400 prayers that didn't work. You think that's substantial?
About 2,000,000,000 Christians, lets say they each pray three times a day (which works since I pray plenty to cover the ones who never pray), and now we're up to 6,000,000,000 prayers a day.
Now, 360 times 2,000 times 6,000,000,000 is 42,300,000,000,000,000. I don't even know what that number is called... Zillions?
So, 42,300,000,000,000,000 divided by 50,400 is 839285714285.14. That's all the prayers this test has proven have not worked. That means that 41,470,714,285,714,686 must have worked!
Divided by 360 times 2,000 is 57,598,214,285.71, times 14 is 806,375,000,000, is how many times a prayer worked while 50,400 didn't.
How can you make the statement that prayer has no power based on these numbers and claim to be a logical thinking being?