Stupid, Retarded and downright Ridiculous Youtube Comments

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Water can cure cancer, arthiritis and even your virginity

Came across this Youtube video of the US version of the show Dragons Den. This guy (Bruce McBernie) reckons that water can cure cancer, arthritis, hepatitis, the flu and a whole bunch of other stuff. I wasn't going to post this video, but I really wanted to say how much I hate all of this new-age hippy bullshit. I don't mind people believing in it and I don't mind people trying it. I just can't stand it when people say that such and such a product cures such and such a condition without producing any scientific evidence whatsoever to back their claim up. Not only is it ignorant and backward, but it's also dangerous. There has been cases where proven cures and treatments etc have been ignored because somebody felt that an unproven new-age therapy was the best route to take. I've heard of proven HIV treatment methods being disbanded in places such as South Africa because some quack doctor (who stood to make a buck) said that vitamins can cure HIV. Sure, you'll get survivors saying stuff like "Water cured my cancer". But that doesn't mean they're correct. There have been many cases of cancer cells suddenly going into remission. Just because you hopped on one leg and sang a song backwards, it doesn't mean that's what cured you. Anyway, the video:


  1. This is the Canadian version of Dragon's Den, not the US version.

    Still hilarious though.

  2. Its not as far fetched as you think.
    If combined with actual treatment, water can significantly help recovery. Remember your body needs water to repair damage.