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

Wednesday 25 January 2023

Patrick Matthew v Charles Darwin the plagiarist. By Mike Sutton. Serialized in the Scottish Sunday Express

 In 2022, Science Fraud: Darwin's Plagiarism of Patrick Matthew's Theory, By Mike Sutton, was serialized in the Scottish Sunday Express national newspaper.

The "New Darwin Data" unearthed by Dr Mike Sutton on the world's biggest science fraud by plagiary and lies is that important. National news for 5 weeks running. 

1. Sunday Express (Mar 2022) 

2. Sunday Express serialized 1 (13 Mar 2022)

3. Sunday Express serialized 2 (20 Mar 2022)

4. Sunday Express serialized 3 (27 Mar 2022)

5. Sunday Express serialized 4 (3 Apr 2022)

See the news page on the Patrick Matthew website news page for many more national news stories on Charles Darwin's science fraud by plagiary and associated serial lies.

Tuesday 24 January 2023

The Scottish Forfarshire (now Angus) connection to Patrick Matthew and Darwin's Plagiarism of Matthew's Scottish Theory

The newly unearthed empirical data on the Darwin fraud by plagiarism and associated serial lies bring the history of science and science closer to understanding how the breakthrough in human understanding of evolution by natural selection was really made. 

The research into who did (contrary to the Darwin Supermyth that none see Sutton 2022) read Patrick Matthew's (1831) theory before Darwin and Wallace (1858 / 59) stole it and lied to call it their own reveals more about the three Scots - David Low, Robert Mudie and Patrick Matthew in the 1830's. My earlier blog on the topic has been updated HERE (archived Here) .

One possible interpretation (hypothesis only) of these new findings is that Matthew (1831) got the idea of his analogy between natural and artificial selection form reading the work of Mudie (1830) and that Mudie then read Matthew's (1831) analogy with regards to timber raised in nurseries v nature and added it into his 1832 book. However, a forthcoming chapter in an academic text book on science fraud by plagiary and research ethics, written by Mike Sutton and Mark Griffiths (forthcoming [in print] 2023), reveals something far more profound regarding another Scottish naturalist writing even earlier - who very clearly influenced Matthew earlier than Mudie's 1830 book could have.

Further research on my part reveals more about the importance of Robert Mudie and his likely prior influence on Patrick Matthew before Matthew wrote his 1831 book "On Naval Timber". My latest book "Science Fraud: Darwin's Plagiarism of Patrick Matthew's Theory" covers some of Mudie's (1832) replication of Matthew's (1831) ideas in more depth. In the 1830 text that follows we see Mudie (1830) beginning to articulate the analogy between artificial and natural selection. The fact Mudie, Low and Matthew all lived in the county of Forfarshire (now Angus) in Scotland cannot go unremarked.  The evolution of Matthew's theory of the "natural process of selection" surely happened in this region of Scotland. The exact same region in which Darwin's geological mentor Charles Lyell had his great manor house, just a few miles away form Matthew's house. More research is needed into the possible social relationships between Low, Mudie and Matthew.
Another who used the exact trees grown in nature v those grown in nurseries analogy is Thomas Laycock. He published it the year after Matthew also, in 1832.  In 1835, BigData analysis of the literature reveals Laycock was apparently first to be second (F2B2) with Matthew's (1831) apparently original term/phrase  "mental or instinctive powers." See "Science Fraud (Sutton 2022)", the book, for the details of how Laycock was connected to Darwin and Wallace and their greatest influencers. The Scottish connection in that regard is most profound, once again!
It may be a trite observation but it is at the same time a true one that there is neither waste nor ruin in nature. When the productions of human art fall into decay they are gone and if the artist does not replace them by new formations the species is gone also but the works of nature are their own repairers and continuers and that which we are accustomed to look upon as destruction and putrefaction is a step in the progress of new being and life. This is the grand distinction between the productions of nature and those of art those in which the same power finds both the materials and the form and those in which the form is merely impressed upon previously existing materials. 
The substances in nature are in themselves endowed with faculties unseen and inscrutable by man in any thing but their results which produce all the varied forms of inorganic and organic being of which the solid earth the liquid sea and the fluid air are formed and by which they are inhabited. The fabrications of man are on the other hand in a state of commenced decay the instant that they are made and without the constant labour of repair and replacing they would perish altogether. The most extensive cities and the strongest fortifications after man abandons them to their fate fade and moulder away so that the people of after ages dispute not merely about the places where they were situated but about the very fact of their existence. It is true that when man takes any of nature's productions out of the place or circumstances for which nature has fitted them and supports them by artificial means they cannot continue to exist after those means are withdrawn any more than a roof can remain suspended in the air after the walls or parts that supported it are withdrawn or a cork will remain at the bottom of a basin of water after the weight that kept it from rising to the surface has been removed. If man will have artificial shelter and food he must keep in repair the house that he has built trim the garden he has planted and plough and sow the field from which he is to obtain his artificial crop but if he would content himself with that which is produced without importation and artificial culture no planting sowing or culture is necessary for whether it be in the warm regions or in the cold in the sheltered valley or upon the storm beaten hill in the close forest or upon the open down nature does her part without intermission or error and while the results are so many and so beautiful the causes are those qualities with which the fiat of the Almighty endowed the elements when it was his pleasure to speak the into existence.
Etc Etc

Saturday 21 January 2023

Darwin, Wallace and the Role of the Murderous, Corrupt East India Company in the World's Biggest Science Fraud by Lies and Plagiary

 My Book Science Fraud: Darwin's Plagiary of Patrick Matthew's Theory shows just some of the now known connections between employees of the notoriously corrupt and murderous East India Company and the world's biggest science fraud.

John Lindley, (archive of page on Lindley) by way of just example was closely connected to William Hooker and Hooker's son Joseph Hooker./ Both were Darwin's friends and botanical mentors.  Hooker, Joseph, was Darwin's best friend. William Hooker, who lived and worked with his bachelor son Joseph, was in the pay of the East India Company - as were many connected to this disgraceful episode in the history of science and the cover up of Matthew's right to be acknowledged as the originator of the theory Darwin and Wallace stole.

My blog on the Lindsay's active deliberate  role in thwarting Matthew's botanical fame as the first to import and propagate giant redwoods in the UK can be read here (archived here). Lindley and his social network crops up again and again in the story of Matthew and Darwin - as does the so called "Honourable" East India Company. 

I have just ordered a biography of Lindley. More to follow once I have read it.

Sunday 15 January 2023

The Patrick Matthew Song

 This song is to accompanied by violin. The Patrick Matthew Violin (made by a master violin maker) will be completed in 2023. Performances of the Scottish heritage instrument will be by leading soloists and by players at grass roots levels upwards.

"You Who Lie With Darwin"   

(AKA "The Patrick Matthew Song" 

In the tune of "Scots Wha Hae") 



You who lie with Darwin dead,

Who Alfred Wallace astray led,

Welcome to your muddled head, 

Theory thievery.


‘… if the first description was originally imperfect, & had been superseded by any better description, it would perhaps be better to omit all reference to it, for the sooner such an author’s name was buried in oblivion the better.’

(Charles Darwin 1849)

Yesterday's the day, not now the hour,

See the face of Darwin dour,

See approach old Linnean power,

Lies and plagiary.


‘This discovery recently published by Mr. Darwin turns out to be what I published very fully... as far back as January 1, 1831... reviewed in numerous periodicals, so as to have full Loudon…and repeatedly in the United Service Magazine for 1831 etc.’

(Patrick Matthew 1860)

You are just a fraudster's knave!

You will fill a dullard's grave!

Nothing but a liar's slave!

Full of credulity.


‘I think that no one will feel surprised that neither I, nor apparently any other naturalist, had heard of Mr Matthew’s views…’

(Charles Darwin 1860a)

It's Patrick Matthew's Natural law,

Facts and empirical data draw,

Truth not Darwin's spin of yore!

Why not follow me?


‘I notice in your Number of April 21 Mr. Darwin’s letter honourably acknowledging my prior claim relative to the origin of species. I have not the least doubt that, in publishing his late work, he believed he was the first discoverer of this law of Nature. He is however wrong in thinking that no naturalist was aware of the previous discovery. I had occasion some 15 years ago to be conversing with a naturalist, a professor of a celebrated university, and he told me he had been reading my work “Naval Timber,” but that he could not bring such views before his class or uphold them publicly from fear of the cutty-stool, a sort of pillory punishment, not in the market-place and not devised for this offence, but generally practised a little more than half a century ago. It was at least in part this spirit of resistance to scientific doctrine that caused my work to be voted unfit for the public library of the fair city itself. The age was not ripe for such ideas, nor do I believe is the present one,..’

(Patrick Matthew 1860a, p.433)

Darwin lied and Darwin stole!

Alfred Wallace's same role!

BigData down their rabbit hole,

Found dysology!


‘…an obscure writer on Forest Trees, in 1830, in Scotland, most expressly & clearly anticipated my views — though he put the case so briefly, that no single person ever noticed the scattered passages in his book…’

(Charles Darwin 1861a) 

‘Unfortunately the view was given by Mr. Matthew very briefly in scattered passages in an Appendix to a work on a different subject, so that it remained unnoticed until Mr. Matthew himself drew attention to it in The Gardeners’ Chronicle, on April 7th,

1860.’(Charles Darwin, 1861, p.xv)

Lay the theory stealers low!

Myths fall, facts their foe!

Matthew's words in every blow!

It's Scotland's theory!!!


"...on what is termed Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection, but which theory was published by me about thirty years before Darwin (honourably acknowledged in his last edition by Darwin) at a time when man was scarcely ready for such thoughts, I surely had the best right to be heard upon this subject. Yet others were allowed to speak upon it, and its parent denied to do so. Such is the conduct of a Society terming itself the British Association for the Advancement of Science." 

Matthew (1867) the Dundee Advertiser . September 12. 


                  Arrangement and part composition by Mike Sutton January 14th 2023.

Archived. Here

See also the blues number "Darwin The Kidnapper" HERE


 Other great performances of Scots Wha Hae (the Stanza by Robert Burns)




Wednesday 11 January 2023