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An Introduction to Germar Rudolf

The story starts during the height of the 2020 pandemic when the TDS podcasters told their audience with some conviction that I was too much of a “fucking pussy” to ever tackle Germar or his book. ‘Right, so again… a […]

The Great British Charity Swindle

The British government has recently been investigating the public benefit provided by charities offering complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). They have stated that to remain qualified for charitable status, an organisation must provide evidence that the therapy being offered is […]

Charlotte Gerson

The Gerson Therapy Scam

Gerson Therapy is a scam! It is a dietary-based alternative cancer treatment whose proponents erroneously believe that cancer is a symptom of a disease and not disease itself. The therapy, which has been shown to be both ineffective and dangerous, […]

Prince Charles is a threat to the health of the nation

Britain is famous for many things – fish and chips, grey and gloomy weather, our previous penchant for colonialism, and of course the Royal Family with Queen Elizabeth II ruling over us since taking the throne in 1953. The political […]

Debunking Holocaust Denial – The Fred Leuchter Report – #3

One thing I have always found revealing about those online who like to cosplay as Nazis, but who in reality would be seen as untermensch by their peers is their tendencies to flirt with legal action against those who have […]

About Myles


Hello Internet! My name is Myles Power and I am a chemist from the North East of England, who loves to make videos trying to counter pseudoscience and debunk quackery in all of its various forms! From the hype around GMOs through to Atrazine turning the freakin' frogs gay, I'll try to cut through the nonsense that's out there!

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Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) and the Fake Clinical Trials

The phrase, “snake-oil salesmen”, conjures up images of seedy moustache-twirling profiteers, exploiting unsuspecting public with their cure-all elixirs. A relic of the past, when modern medicine was still in its infancy, and there was very little in the way of regulations to stop them. The truth, however, is that these con artists are still here to this day peddling the same bogus quackery to the same vulnerable people. The only difference now is that instead of spouting their dubious claims on top of a soap box free of legal consequences, they do it online, hidden behind disclaimers. The industry is becoming so massive and lucrative that it is spawning its own cottage industry made from its own victims. These once duped chumps have now become self-proclaimed health experts and seem to be fighting it out to see who can promote the most bizarre cure-all tonic.