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C0nc0rdance is a vlogger with over 55,000 subscribers and 8 million views. He came to YouTube with the goal of "show[ing] through the use of solid evidence and rational argument what is junk science, and what is real." In so doing, C0nc0rdance made dozens of videos examining:
- Medical evidence (lack thereof) of various pseudosciences and quack medicine (such as acupuncture and homeopathy).
- Alternative medicine, such as whether medical marijuana is effective.
- HIV/AIDS denialism
- Vaccine hysteria
- Finally, he also examines several myths involving technology and health, such as whether cellphones cause ear cancer.
Due to his high level of knowledge of health and biology, C0nc0rdance became a strong defender of the theory of evolution against religious dogma and a strong critic of intelligent design. He targeted online creationists (such as VenomFangX and NephilimFree) and even confronted the Discovery Institute (particularly Casey Luskin).
He came under a lot of fire for his (age-restricted) video alleging that marijuana was dangerous, even getting a death threat he called "disturbingly specific."
C0nc0rdance is also very critical of faith healing and prayer. He made several videos providing the data and reports of young children who died because their parents failed or refused to give them proper medical treatment, and rather resorted to prayer, exorcisms, and faith healing.
C0nc0rdance is also a frequent co-host on The Magic Sandwich Show.
- Never take medical advice from the Internet.
- His channel itself
- What's the Harm: Homeopathy
- Cannabis and Cannabinoids
- Cannabis and the Heart
- HIV AIDS Denialism: Answering the Perth Group's Arguments
- Does HIV Cause AIDS?
- Vaccines: Too Many Too Soon?
- Flu Vaccine Statistics and NaturalNews
- Wakefield's Smoking Gun
- High Fructose Corn Syrup
- Journal Club: HFCS vs. sucrose
- Artificial Sweeteners
- Cell Phones Cause Cancer?
- An Open Letter to Casey Luskin
- VenomFangX and Inductive Models in Science.
- There are No Theists in Hospital Waiting Rooms