For the history of Dysology, I have archived the Sparrow Proving file here , just in case it ever gets deleted. This may well be the world's funniest document. Read it with care. Ensure you are securely seated. If you begin a giggling fit please stop reading. Never read aloud in a public space, you may kill other people with uncontrollable laughter. The original Sparrow Brief file is here.
This is a very serious Twitter munitions-level #LaughterWarning.— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) August 4, 2018
Anyone reading the #SparrowProving homeopathy file aloud in public may kill a large number of people, who'll die rather slowly & exquisitely of laughter.
Remember, stupidity kills!https://t.co/Ti6iIoGI92 pic.twitter.com/5sNHQC1ss2
And if you can take any more after that, another unintentionally hilarious time can be had if you would care to enjoy an interview with Misha Norland, author of the Sparrow Proving file. Here
-You have to try to picture it don't you. My word, but it would make for a great TV comedy play. John Cleese @JohnCleese as Cardigan Sparrow?— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) August 4, 2018
"Hello, University of Middlesex, I wish to register a complaint..."— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) August 4, 2018
Dead parrots, eagles, ravens, peregrine falcons used in homeopathic lunacy https://t.co/BPVfvMFcno
Homeopathy courses validated by University of Middlesex https://t.co/4aBgSzgDwe pic.twitter.com/sKGdGcHvr9
Still worse is the approval of the College of Chiroquacktic. Unbelievable ignorance by the department of education— David Colquhoun (@david_colquhoun) August 4, 2018
We should not lose sight of the recent history of Middlesex University promoting and facilitating quackery. Now, for generations to come, quacks will bragg they have a MSc validated by @QAA in association with @MiddlesexUni . The ducking shame of it all!https://t.co/AoxVQGCLEP— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) August 4, 2018
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