Crime of attempted criminal damage & affray is crime. @ProfRArmitage @PaulEkblom1 As is assault of what turns out to be an incapable guardian have a go hero. Confirming that so called "opportunity is a cause of crime" is only ever post-hoc truism nonsense: https://t.co/R9G13EoGC8— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) February 10, 2019
Sunday, 10 February 2019
Thursday, 7 February 2019
Amazing just how much of a role the esteemed Linnean Society @BiolJLinnSoc @BotJLinnSoc @LinneanSociety @ZoolJLinnSoc has played in supporting the credulous worship of plagiarists and proven woo-woo idiots. And it continues to do so today. Get the facts: https://t.co/MDFL9kDbMG pic.twitter.com/9qDbrNBJ7n— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) February 7, 2019
Today, to its eternal shame, the Linnean Journal - which published Darwin's and Wallace's first act of joint plagiarism of Matthew's theory in 1858 - published a desperately daft-as-a-brush paper by someone called Dagg, which blatantly plagiarised my Selby cited Matthew discovery by failing to cite me as its discoverer. Dagg then bragged to the obscene lonely and obsessed weirdo harassing stalker Julian Derry about failing to cite me (read all the verifiable fully referenced facts here). Doesn't look like a great advert for the Linnean Society and its journal does it. Prattism appears to be contagious. Maybe we need to work harder to discover an efficacious inoculation against it.
Likely hub for transmission of viruses flu & measles. The consequences of quackery @EdzardErnst @HealthWatch123 @QuackDetector— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) February 7, 2019
Will Donald Trump and his pal Wakefield be attending?
Alfred Wallace worshipers? @BiolJLinnSoc 2. https://t.co/3RGaiHFeXJ pic.twitter.com/Q1UX6CS0y9
Cartoon based on fake facts & ignorance.— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) February 7, 2019
1. It's not Darwin's theory! Patrick Matthew conceived it first. Darwin & Wallace plagiarised it from him. FACTS: https://t.co/E8QuuMzsSL
2. Humans did not evolve from gorillas. We & Chimps ramified from a now extinct common ancestor. pic.twitter.com/fnoCdcgaqD
Yes, very strictly speaking, "Cousin Hugh" 😀, but I think it fair to suspect it is most likely implying the notion that modern humans evolved from gorillas. pic.twitter.com/hC5WmW8S6t— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) February 7, 2019
Monday, 4 February 2019
E.G. Google leveraged an army of unpaid volunteers to scan 30+ million publications for the Google Library of Internet searchable publications. The idea being they would make publications and facts findable. Then handed it all over to AI. See what happened https://t.co/7Vi9iiZdbI pic.twitter.com/f6ipPdxLtI— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) February 4, 2019