Thursday, 7 February 2019

Antixaxxers such as the famous plagiarist Alfred Russel Wallace and other pillocks

We know that Alfred Wallace, like Charles Darwin (1858/59), committed the world's greatest science fraud by plagiarising Patrick Matthew's (1831) prior published theory of evolution by natural selection years after their friends, correspondents, editors and influencer's influencers had cited it in the historic literature record (see the fully referenced independently verifiable facts of that matter: Here, here and here). Alfred Wallace also paved the way for today's anti-vaccination movement (see the facts here). What a prat! No really, Wallace was. The utter pillock not only claimed to have conceived Matthew's prior published theory (which we newly know - thanks to my original research - Selby, the editor of Wallace's famous Sarawak paper, read and prior-cited) during the world's only stupidly claimed bout of cognitive enhancing malarial fever, he also ardently believed in ghosts and the silly ghost table-turning claims of parlour room mediums (see the facts here).

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.

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