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Mike Sutton
Mike Sutton
Dr Mike Sutton is the author of 'Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret'.
 
Oct. 31, 2014 5:16 am
“When favourite speculations have been long indulged, and much pains have been bestowed on them, they are viewed with that parental partiality, which cannot bear to hear of faults in the object of its attachment. The mere doubt of an impartial observer is offensive ; and the discovery of anything like a blemish in the darling, is not only ascribed to an entire want of discrimination and judgment,...  Read More
Oct. 28, 2014 3:57 pm
The Underdog Myth Story to date: David Barker, a famous freemason, allegedly invented the metaphorical concept of humans as underling dogs in a popular poem which, according to legend, he wrote in 1859 and had published in various newspapers. To date, no citation for a single one of these legendary newspaper publications exists in the literature. So we cannot yet ascertain whether or not...  Read More
Oct. 22, 2014 6:53 pm
I revealed in a recent blog post that the Smithsonian Magazine operates under an anti-gumption policy that prevents its staff from responding to independently verifiable information that 100 % proves it is publishing complete balderdash. Moreover, this, the official magazine of the Smithsonian – a national institution specialising in veracity – takes this line because the fallacious...  Read More
Oct. 20, 2014 12:03 pm
In an earlier book review blog I pointed out the possibility of science fraud and negligent DNA analysis errors regarding the claims made by the author of a new best selling book that he has solved the case of Jack the Ripper. It seems I was right - at least in the very general sense - of there having been an analysis error of the DNA on a very particular shawl in question. In this...  Read More
Oct. 18, 2014 5:00 pm
" Oh Gawd 'elp me,! What's to be done ?" David Icke's group of shape shifting alien lizard hunting conspiracy theorists are on to me HERE I thought having fanatical Darwinist groupies write nonsense about me being a conspiracy theorist was bad enough - particularly when it is they and not I that see conspiracies where there is zero evidence of them (Sutton 2014): 'Perhaps he simply had no...  Read More
Oct. 17, 2014 5:24 am
Call me a heretic if you will, but I do know for a fact that, ever since the great time when the intellectual Enlightenment movement of the 17th century shaped modern science and scholarship that institutions of veracious knowledge are supposed to weigh all knowledge on its merits, rather than judge it merely according to the status of the informant. And it is from that very enlightened cause, in...  Read More
Oct. 12, 2014 7:13 pm
The League of Nerds interviewed me a couple of weeks ago in Teesside (England) following my talk - based on findings in my new book ( Sutton 2014 ) - on the newly discovered facts that I believe establish beyond rational doubt that neither Darwin nor Wallace can any longer be considered independent originators of natural selection. Please Click Here to hear the interview on YOUTUBE  Read More
Oct. 12, 2014 5:08 pm
Authors of several websites seem weirdly flummoxed by their inability to know how to find the earliest known publication of the phrase: 'it is what it is'. Without answers we humans often seek to fill the knowledge gaps with myths, Hence, o ne has it that the phrase has its roots in USA Black (1960's) culture. A nother can get back just a couple of decades earlier to a newspaper article of...  Read More
Oct. 12, 2014 4:22 pm
According to the popular New Zealand entertainer, broadcaster and etymological author Max Cryer MBE (2010) Lady Sydney Morgan coined the oxymoronic phrase 'accidentally on purpose' in 1862. He is wrong – as Big Data research has proved already so many of his other published 'originator' claims to be – and will, no doubt, demolish many others before it is done! In my own research, using the ID...  Read More
Oct. 11, 2014 10:16 am
Myth: The popular Poet Sylvia Plath is widely believed at the time of writing (11 October 2014) to have coined the word 'dreamscape' (e.g. Jones 2013) in her 1958 poem “The Ghost’s Leavetaking.” Plath is considered one of the 20th century’s most important female writers. Plath (1958 ) wrote: “ Enter the chilly no-man's land of about Five o'clock in the morning, the no-color void Where the...  Read More
Oct. 10, 2014 4:58 pm
Postscript 17th October 2014. I wrote a new blog post today ( here ) to discuss the problem of the Smithsonian Magazine's apparently weird refusal, in certain areas at least, to examine the veracity of anything outside what is written in the Oxford Dictionary . Today, the Smithsonian Magazine chose to ignore the fact that much of what is in the Oxford English Dictionary can be proven 100%...  Read More
Oct. 9, 2014 5:29 pm
For many decades, the trusting British public has paid an annual licence fee in order to legally watch television in their own homes. The annual fee currently stands at £145 ($233 dollars US). But why pay? Why don't we Brits all claim not to own a TV set? For many the answer most likely is because the BBC tells us that detector vans tour the streets and can detect from those very streets, with...  Read More
Oct. 7, 2014 5:25 pm
Back in 2013 the big data technology of Google found the original Google. Earlier this year it discovered the books that 100% prove Darwin published a dreadful self-serving fallacy when he claimed no naturalist known to him had read Matthew's earlier 1831 publication of the full theory of 'natural selection' many years before he claimed to have discovered it independently of Matthew's prior...  Read More
Oct. 1, 2014 12:25 am
The blog post you are currently reading is a new research, errata and corrections update on my earlier Blog post of June 15th 2014 2014: On the Origin of the Word Asteroid: Big Data Strikes Again Dr Clifford Cunningham posted a number of most helpful comments on the above blog, Most importantly he corrected my erroneous belief that he was unaware, prior to my blog of the 15th June 2014, that...  Read More
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