The Darwin Myth is bust by newly discovered empirical data
Friday, 13 January 2023
Thursday, 3 February 2022
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Wednesday, 2 February 2022
Brian J. Ford on Nonscience
Brain J. Ford on the Sonia Poulton show in January 2022
Incidentally, an "expert" in Latin and etymology will tell you "The word plagiarism has a curious history. It is derived from the Latin plagiarius—literally, a kidnapper who ensnares children or slaves in a plaga (net)."
Good grief! Were such people with their nets just like the evil Child Catcher form Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?
Someone like me can tell you that I found that Latin route of plagiarism information on the Internet and, having studied the topic just a bit, I know it's correct. What does this tell us about experts? Either way, if I ever definitely need heart or brain surgery for an expertly verifiable fact, I think I will go to an "expert" to perform the surgery rather than ask Brian to do it on his kitchen table. That said, an "expert" surgeon wanted to give my wife an operation to remove fibroids, that carried a 50% chance of rendering her "sterile" so she could increase her chances of conceiving a child. As a non-expert on surgery I thought about it and said we would defer our decision and try to conceive for another year. No surgery was required (with no 50:50 chance of it going wrong and additional risks of death from the anaesthetic etc etc). We now have a daughter. Conclusion = Brian has a point, but his book is satirical and so everything in it should not be taken literally. Reality is often (not always) more nuanced than this programme lets on. But then that's entertainment folks! So being most entertaining carries risks. I don't know, perhaps we should ask Donald Trump and Boris Johnson about that one? But would they tell us the truth? And if they didn't, would their millions of adoring fans care?
Friday, 31 December 2021
The cover of my forthcoming book is actually green.
If you see a red cover then you almost certainly have the red mist of anger. Perhaps you are angry at the fact you have been duped all these years by the Darwin Industry? Or perhaps you are one of the Darwinite horde suffering from new data hater syndrome?
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Science Fraud: Darwin’s Plagiarism of Patrick Matthew’s Theory by Mike Sutton.
"Science Fraud" reveals how malicious New Data hater Darwin superfans and others, facilitated by members of the Darwin Industry, have committed repeat research plagiarism, tried multiple times without success to have the author fired from a senior academic position, and spread misinformation via Wikipedia and elsewhere in an attempt to re-bury the cast iron bombshell New Data on Darwin's and Wallace's plagiarism and associated lies.
PUBLICATION DATE 12 FEBRUARY 2022 - INTERNATIONAL DARWIN DAY!
SCIENCE FRAUD: DARWINS PLAGIARISM OF PATTICK MATTHEW'S THEORY ...— Neil Shuttlewood, publisher with Curtis Press (@CurtisPress_) December 18, 2021
A telling snippet from Emma Darwin to Patrick Matthew about Matthew's theory of the natural process of selection ...
"... He is more faithful to your own original child than you are yourself ..." pic.twitter.com/WCBRSrYlyD
Saturday, 14 August 2021
Sounds Like Titanic
A must read for all those who want to tell what is real from fake and who understand exactly why doing so is important.
I love this book https://t.co/MncIhEMhEc :— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) August 14, 2021
A superb allegorical true account that resonates with all those wishing to know the importance of telling what is real from what is fake and why so many people cannot, or do not care to, distinguish. https://t.co/YfcasApkek pic.twitter.com/2c9DuPfJbO
Saturday, 24 July 2021
Sounds Like Matthew
Thursday, 22 April 2021
Dr Mike Sutton makes and then drinks the world's most expensive, and arguably the best, coffee
Kopi Luwak is coffee that has been selected by Palm Civets. Hanging around coffee plantations these little mammals pick out the choicest coffee berries and then poo out the beans. These beans are said to make the world's best coffee due to two factors (1) the coffee berries were the very best and chosen at the very best point of ripeness and (2) the digestive juices of the Civet.
The coffee demonstrated is supplied by Monkey Business, who personally assured me that the coffee is selected in the wild only and not from caged civets. We can only hope that is 100% true. I hope so. But I don't know. What I do know is that it's really expensive! But boy does it taste good too!
My youngest daughter Eleena (aged 12) scripted, directed, filmed, produced and edited this little instructional video.