Tuesday, 25 July 2017
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Thursday, 20 July 2017
The hard and independently verifiable facts 100 per cent prove that Robert Chambers cited Matthew (1831) in 1832.The independently verifiable hard-print evidence in the publication record 100 per cent proves it. If you doubt that audacious statement is true, then try the following experiment: cover the published text with your hand and remove it 100 times. You will note it never changes. What is published in the publication record is as proven to exist as fossils in the geological fossil record. Explaining them is another matter, of course
In detail, the various possible reasons for why Chambers most likely despised Matthew, and other possible reasons for why he did not cite him anywhere on the topic of his breakthrough conception are discussed in my new paperback abridged edition of Nullius in Verba (Sutton 2017).
Is it a mere coincidence, as part of a snowball, or else unconnected collection, of nothing more than mere multiple coincidences perhaps, that Chambers was fascinated by trees and arboriculture, that within a decade of 1832 he had written his own guide on arboriculture and cited Matthew's (1839) second book, that in the next decade he wrote his own best selling book on evolution - the Vestiges of Creation, that he both met with and corresponded several times with Darwin in the 1840's? Of course coincidences happen, which is exactly why we have a word for the phenomenon, but how many coincidences of this kind in the history of the publication of a bombshell breakthrough in science, and the citation of its published source by other influential scientists, I wonder, are required to sum to a probability that they are not merely coincidental, not unconnected?
As if that is not enough, in his 1859 review of Darwin's Origin of Species, Chambers was apparently "first to be second" in published print (at least out of the 35 million books and other publications scanned by Google to date) with Matthew's apparently original term "natural process of selection". That is highly significant, because Darwin was apparently first to re-shuffle those exact same four absolutely essential words to "process of natural selection." Matthew's original term containing the exact same three most crucial words that are in that Darwin-shuffled term are crucial. They are crucial to the theory of macroevolution by natural selection because natural selection occurs as an unthinking "process", and because it is "natural" as opposed to artificial "selection". Arguably, that is most likely why Darwin was compelled to replicate them in his four-word shuffle of Matthew's (1831) original published useage, along with replicating Matthew's superb origination of his natural versus artificial selection analogy of differences to explain the process.
4. Darwinites can no longer claim that Matthew's conception of natural selection was contained solely in the appendix of his book. I reveal exactly how much is actually contained in the main body of his book and that Darwin lied when he wrote that Matthew's ideas were solely contained in the appendix. Because Matthew referred him to just some of the relevant text from the main body of his book and Darwin wrote to admit the fact to Joseph Hooker, but wrote that it would be "splitting hairs" to admit the truth of the matter!
Tuesday, 18 July 2017
Monday, 17 July 2017
On Bullshit", the difference between a liar and a bulshiiter is that the former is concerned with the truth but the other could not give a.... (ahem) care. The liar knows what the truth is and wishes to convince us that the opposite position is true. The bulshitter, however, does not care what is true when making a claim, only that you believe what they say is true.
In yesterday's Guardian newspaper you can find an article on Alfred Wallace. It's, arguably, a load of grade-F philosophical-grade bullshit, because it studiously ignores the fact Matthew - not Wallace or Darwin originated the theory of macroevolution by natural selection (see: Sutton 2015). But the greatest dollops of bovine incontinence come with the claims in the Guardian that:
- Alfred Wallace coined the term "Natural Selection."
- Alfred Wallace coined the term "Darwinism"
Wallace did not coin the term Darwinism. In reality, the modern usage of the term was coined by Huxley in 1860 (see here) . The term was also used to refer to Charles Darwin's grandfather as early as 1840 (see here).
So that's several more piece of bullshit bagged and dropped in the dysology bin.
Moreover, when Wallace was just 9 years old, in 1832, John Loudon wrote of Patrick Matthew's (1831) origination of the theory of macroevolution by natural selection that he appeared to have something orignal to say on "origin of species" no less! (see: Loudon, J.C. 1832. Matthew Patrick On Naval Timber and Arboriculture with Critical Notes on Authors who have recently treated the Subject of Planting. Gardener’s Magazine. Vol. VIII. p.703.).
Among seven naturalists who cited Matthew (1831) pre-1859 Loudon went on to edit two influential papers on evolution written by Blyth, who was a great influence on both Darwin and Wallace. This is just one of several routes for Matthewain knowledge transfer that have been newly discovered (see Sutton 2015 for more information).
Perhaps the Guardian should at least bother to fact-check claims before going into print to spread even more myths on the topic of the discovery of the unifying theory of biology.
An article in the Guardian on the genuine originator, Patrick Matthew would perhaps help to set the factual record straight in the press. Here is some real news! And also here.
.Letting scholars get away with publishing fallacies and myths signals to others the existence of topics where guardians of good scholarship might be less capable than elsewhere. Such dysology then serves as an allurement to poor scholars to disseminate existing myths and fallacies and to create and publish their own in these topic areas, which leads to a downward spiral of diminishing veracity on particular topics.
Independently verifiable facts prove the Guardian just published two large pieces of grade-F bullshit on science: https://t.co/s0YgUIrQn8 pic.twitter.com/V3sdYgiraO— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) July 17, 2017
Sunday, 16 July 2017
"Absolute rubbish. Who on earth wrote this and why did the Guardian's Editor not fact-check it? The literature r..." https://t.co/uHb2xXQzam— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) July 16, 2017
Saturday, 15 July 2017
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Wednesday, 12 July 2017
More fair that scientists admit that independently verifiable facts are the friends, not enemies of science. Whether they like them or not.— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) July 13, 2017
Sunday, 25 June 2017
+Blessed are the immaculate conceptors St Darwin and St Wallace. https://t.co/6K7Wm5UvfI pic.twitter.com/sr4qM7AcM0— BlessedVirginDarwin (@OnNavalTimber) June 25, 2017
Don't be fooled again. Get the independently verifiable disconfirming facts for their lies and propaganda here: PatrickMatthew.com
Saturday, 24 June 2017
Tuesday, 30 May 2017
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Sunday, 28 May 2017
John Loudon, the famous botanist naturalist, reviewed Patrick Matthew’s (1831) book ‘On Naval Timber and Arboriculture’, which is now acknowledged by the world’s leading Darwinists to contain the first publication of the full conception of macro evolution by natural selection. See: Gardener’s Magazine 1832, vol. VIII, p. 703.
Patrick Matthew (1860): 1st open letter to Charles Darwin in the Gardener's Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette 7 April 1860, pp. 312-313 Reveals that the famous naturalist botanist John Loudon Reviewed Matthew's book.
Patrick Matthew (1860): 2nd open letter. Reply to Charles Darwin in the Gardener's Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette 12 May 1860, p. 433
Charles Darwin (1861) , Letter to Quatrefages de Bréau, J. L. A. De. 25 April :
Charles Darwin, (1861) ‘On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life’, 3rd ed:
DARWIN'S LIES HAVE BEEN CREDULOUSLY PARROTED AS "TRUE" EVER SINCE
Gavin de Beer (1962), “The Wilkins Lecture: The Origins of Darwin’s Ideas on Evolution and Natural Selection”, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. vol. 155, no. 960, pp. 321-338.
Ernst Mayr (1982), The Growth of Biological Thought: Diversity, Evolution and Inheritance, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, p. 499
Saturday, 20 May 2017
Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Saturday, 13 May 2017
Thursday, 11 May 2017
Anyone wishing to disseminate the truth is welcome to take and use the following information:Latest newspaper story in Scotland on Darwin's plagiarism. Note this: Desperate fact denials can't stop the truth: https://t.co/ju9da16LKC pic.twitter.com/4Ov992Ttum— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) May 11, 2017
It is essential that we use the veracious power of independently verifiable facts only in tackling those who wish to keep Matthew buried in oblivion with mere unevidenced rhetoric, cherry picking dysology, fallacies, myths and outright, and de facto, fact denial behaviour. And that we make it clear that is how we will argue for a veracious history of scientific discovery and influence of the unifying theory of biology. Otherwise - in my experience with them to date - Darwinians will seek to confuse the world further with mere unevidenced opinions to support their newly punctured paradigm of tri-independent discovery of macro evolution by natural selection by Matthew, Darwin and Wallace.
Please do feel free to use the bullet points below anywhere in any way you see fit.
What follows are bulletproof, independently verifiable, facts.
Sunday, 7 May 2017
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Monday, 1 May 2017
@BiologiaPensamt @faydra_deon @Dysology @BestThinking @DarwinsWeasel @PlagiarismBad Good point. From your inspiration - how about Darwinite reasoning. Supporting Rampino's and others observations?: https://t.co/WKHhbYLOU8 pic.twitter.com/u2ZxpFqwlY— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) May 1, 2017
Saturday, 22 April 2017
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Tuesday, 4 April 2017
Claimed Multiple Coincidence conundrum: Criminology, science statistics - All have no answer to this big problem: https://t.co/4l0O1CAxiQ— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) April 4, 2017
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Wednesday, 8 March 2017
What about the rules of Darwin worship in science. I broke those with cold hard newly discovered facts that bust the paradigm of Darwin and Wallace as independent discoverers of an unread prior-published theory see: Sutton 2014 and Sutton 2016.
Were you to nominate my paradigm changing orignal research discoveries for any prize in science what outcome should we expect? Why?
++Evolution trial: Darwin vs Sutton. Please make your bets... https://t.co/Yqsn8nm9gH— Emilio Cervantes (@BiologiaPensamt) March 7, 2017
Sunday, 5 March 2017
+.@JohnParker1988 They could be on the rise. Only now visualized in the mind of credulous and biased pseudo-skeptics? https://t.co/98unybjgbO pic.twitter.com/VTWprCl8nW— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) March 5, 2017
Saturday, 4 March 2017
Monday, 27 February 2017
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Tuesday, 21 February 2017
Monday, 20 February 2017
Ignoring completely the accepted Arago Ruling on first and foremost priority for a discovery going to whoever had their original discovery published first, the Royal Society awarded the Darwin medal, and its most prestigious Copley medal, to Wallace. Why? For replicating Matthew's (1831) prior-published theory in 1858 and for claiming it as his own. If that was not a corrupt act by the Royal Society then what is?
No one is ever going to win the Royal Society's Copley Medal now - never mind one of its Darwin Medals - for originally proving Matthew's book, containing the full theory of natural selection, was read and cited by Darwin's and Wallace's friends, influencers and editors and their influencer's influencers before Darwin and Wallace replicated Matthew's original conception and claimed to have done so independently of it. Just Google "On Knowledge Contamination" (put it in those speech quotes - its a simple Big Data trick) to find the peer reviewed truth of what has been discovered on this topic.
How can we ask the scientific community to stand up to Trump's anti-vaccination and anti-global warming claptrap when its most esteemed institution is corrupt?
In 1860, 157 years ago, Matthew wrote two letters - both published in the Gardener's Chronicle of that year - claiming his priority.
Darwin wrote to admit Matthew got the entire thing first - 27 years in published print (in 1831) before he and Wallace replicated the theory in their papers presented before the Linnean Society n 1858. Yet Darwin continued to call it "my theory" and lied by claiming no naturalist/no one at all had read Matthew's original ideas. Darwin wrote those falsehoods even though Matthew had prior- informed him of two naturists who did read his ideas pre-1858.
We know knewly know (Google 'Nullius in verba Darwin's greatest secret' to get the facts) that many of Darwin's and Wallace's friends, associates and influencers cited Matthew's book and mentioned his orignal ideas pre-1858 in published print. Selby - the editor of Wallace's 1855 Sarawak paper cited Matthew's 1831 book in 1842. Chambers' - Wallace's greatest influencer and Darwin's associate and Correspondent pre-1858 (he authored the Vestiges of Creation in 1844) cited Matthew's book in 1832. there are many more I could mention.
Nevertheless - even despite what has been newly discovered about Matthew's prior-influence- the Arago Ruling was ignored by The Royal Society.
Before we can take on the likes of Donald Trump's tweets that vaccinations cause autism and global warming is a Chinese conspiracy (here), our esteemed institutions of science must first put themselves in order. We need an inquiry into the corruption that is the so-called Darwin Industry.
Sunday, 19 February 2017
@Criminotweet Looks like the v small book was a publisher's compression of other stuff. Not so much corrupt as lazy and dumb, I suspect— Brian Deer (@deerbrian) February 19, 2017