Plagiarising Science Fraud

Plagiarising Science Fraud
Newly Discovered Facts, Published in Peer Reviewed Science Journals, Mean Charles Darwin is a 100 Per Cent Proven Lying, Plagiarising Science Fraudster by Glory Theft of Patrick Matthew's Prior-Published Conception of the Hypothesis of Macro Evolution by Natural Selection

Thursday 21 May 2020

Unscientific, Thick, Incurious, Credulous Scientists, Patrick Matthew and Covid19

We should not be surprised that English scientists advising the UK government on the 2020 Covid19 pandemic have got so much wrong and are refusing to admit it and would rather tens of thousands more people die than back pedal on their mistakes, lose face and their status.

 Get the full story on the Patrick Matthew website:

Tuesday 19 May 2020

Rob Roy

Nothing to with Patrick Matthew (not directly anyway, although his neighbours the Drummonds of Perthshire get a mention). But here is some great Covid19 lock down entertainment. I saw this film some 56 years ago at the cinema. It's a somewhat forgotten Disney version of Rob Roy. Filmed in Scotland and using real Scottish soldiers in the battle scenes.


Sunday 10 May 2020

Tackling the Darwin Myth Pandemic Using Track and Trace Research

Using the BigData IDD method to bust the myth that no one read Matthew's prior published discovery of evolution by natural selection and then to track and trace their relationship to Darwin and his personal contacts. See On Knowledge Contamination and Nullius in Verba for the scientific findings.


Saturday 9 May 2020

Did T Horton James read On Naval Timber?

Here is an article citing Matthew's Emigration fields and Matthew as the author of "On Naval Timber". It is reproduced in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine in 1839 (Here).

There is no evidence the author read On Naval Timber. But it is further evidence of the extent to which Matthew's book was cited in popular literature long before Darwin and Wallace plagiarised it.

Thomas Horton James was a merchant and traveller: See:

Thursday 7 May 2020

Terraforming: and Patrick Matthew

Veracity v Myth and Matthew V Darwin in the invention of terraforming

Based on the Supermyth that Darwin and Wallace uniquely and independently discovered the natural process of selection, there is a related, daughter, myth that Charles Darwin, together with his botanical mentor and best friend Joseph Hooker uniquely invented terraforming by way of what they did on Ascension Island (e.g. that story here).

In reality it is Patrick Matthew, the plagiarized and cheated 1831 originator of the theory of natural selection, whose research and observations of nature provided the factual and theoretical base for terraforming.

When, in 1831, Matthew published his theory in his book On Naval Timber and Arboriculture, it contained, amongst other religious heresy at the time, the heresy that trees could grow better in other than their "natural" habitats when transplanted there by humans. This heresy was heretical because it went against then Christian doctrine that "God", as designer and creator, placed every living thing in its ideal location. Matthew's heresy probably just one of those that led his book to banned by Perth public Library in Scotland and for reviewers to demand readers not even think about his ruminations on the laws of nature. Indeed, Selby (a regular church-going Christian naturalist, who I, in 2014, 2014a, 2015 see my later 2016 paperback uniquely discovered cited Matthew's book in 1842 and wrote that he could not understand this idea before going on to be chief editor of the journal that published Wallace's 1855 Sarawak paper. NOTE: My Selby discovery was later plagiarized in the Linnean Journal by Dagg The Jealous and Sly Plagiarist - facts here).

In 1843, a year after Selby (1842) noted what Matthew had written abut some trees doing well outside their natural habitat, Joseph Hooker landed on Ascension Island (see here and here) and arranged for an abundance of different species of tree to be planted there.

Selby wrote that he could not understand how it could be so that Matthew said trees could do better when grown outside their natural habitat. See Prideaux John Selby, A History of British Forest-Trees: Indigenous and Introduced, Van Voorst, London 1842. In this way, whether he really could understand it (but pretended otherwise to appease the powerful church) or not, Selby drew attention to Matthew's heresy. Later it was picked up upon as no more than an important fact for economic botany and cited prominently by William Hooker's (William being Joseph Hooker's father and also a friend of the Darwin and his wife) correspondent William Jameson in 1853 (facts here).

The United Service Journal and Naval and Military Magazine published an extended review in the 1831 Part II and 1831 Part III numbers of the magazine:

"But we disclaim participation in his ruminations on the law of Nature, or on the outrages committed upon reason and justice by our burthens of hereditary nobility, entailed property, and insane enactments."

Darwin and his cronies capitalized upon the opportunistic fact Matthew had been earlier silenced in the first half of the 19th century when the church was still in its ascendancy to steal his ideas. Indeed, while Matthew mocked the church and priests, in many editions of the Origin of Species Darwin kept the notion of "The Creator" in as a supernatural deity that created evolution by natural selection. 

Tuesday 5 May 2020

Patrick Matthew's Book donated by J Strang - 1848 Mechanics Institute Library

The 1848 list of books held by Glasgow's mechanics institute lists Patrick Matthew's (1831) book amongst others on botany. The copy was donated by J. Strang. HERE

Monday 4 May 2020

Masks and the Matthew Awards

Another nominee for the Mathew Awards in natural v artificial selection

Tower of Babel Moment on the Internet?

Why did AI stop me and others from discovering more bombshell breakthroughs with the IDD method?