Identity Verified Thinker in Science / Social Sciences / Sociology
Mike Sutton
Mike Sutton
Dr Mike Sutton is the author of 'Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret'.
 

Categories

This Blog has no active categories.
 
Close  
Nov. 30, 2014 5:54 am
Etymological Foundations of the term 'Jerry built' Myth - The phrases: ‘jerry houses,’ ‘jerry-builder’, ‘jerry built’, first emerged in 1869, but their etymological root remains unknown. Fact –. The phrase ‘jerry houses’ – in terms of shoddily built homes - dates back at least 18 more years than previously known. See Chambers’ Papers for the People (1851) Industrial Investments and...  Read More
Nov. 29, 2014 7:19 am
Figure 2 from Nullius in Verba: Darwin's Greatest Secret. Charles Darwin had about as much originality as a trailer park! Hopping-mad pseudo-scholarly Darwinists, apparently, do not wish you to know that the newly discovered story of the world's greatest science fraud is available on Kindle, all e-reading devices and PC's: here . For the past 154 years, ignoring the...  Read More
Nov. 28, 2014 3:47 am
Search Google by typing “coined global village” and you will find a seemingly endless multitude of publications claiming both the term and concept of 'global village' is the invention of the media guru Marshall McLuhan. For example: West and Turner . Global Village Myth Myth – American media and communications expert guru, Marshall McLuhan, coined the phrase ‘global village’ in 1962. ...  Read More
Nov. 27, 2014 8:27 am
This is a blog post written to help poor credulous Darwinists become proper scholars All credulous Darwin and Wallace worshippers, who think you are justified in believing yourself too busy to read a new 600 page book that 100 per cent disproves your Darwinist mythology that Darwin and Wallace independently discovered the theory of ‘natural selection’ ( Sutton 2014 ) - because you erroneously...  Read More
Nov. 25, 2014 2:53 am
Thinking about what a 21st century university should be doing Vice Chancellor (Q) : " What is, fundamentally, the most important thing a 21st century university should do? " Answer : "Teach the underlying principle of the 17th century motto of the Royal Society: Nullius in Verba (on the word alone of no one)." A good place to begin VC  Read More
Nov. 24, 2014 6:41 am
Accidentally Inevitable: The Ten Point Plan to the Super University of the Near Future. This is how it got REALLY-KICK-started and we can all see where it will end. The question is: who cares? Take the following ingredients: (1) Insist a good university education is a valuable asset for anyone who can obtain it. (2) Get the government behind that idea. (3) Massively subsidise universities...  Read More
Nov. 23, 2014 12:00 pm
This blurb has been plundered, in no small part from Ralph Steadman . Charles Darwin is no paragon of science in this story. There is no place for respectability on a creaking wooden ship manned by a 'gentleman of science', hell bent on becoming an immortal great thinker in science, by plundering the unique discovery and ideas of another , placing him only once removed from the villainous...  Read More
Nov. 22, 2014 12:13 pm
X – The X-Marks the Spot Myth Myth - According to Rees, N. (1996) Cassell’s Dictionary of Word and Phrase origins, at page 271: ‘The actual phrase ‘x marks the spot’ appears to have originated from Chicago newspapers in the early days of gangsterism.’ Fact – The phrase was used in an earlier context and appears to have emerged as a term in scientific papers. It was a phrase later used...  Read More
Nov. 21, 2014 4:48 am
To find out, please click on the image to read the dis-confirmatory evidence for the existence of a science miracle. Or else, please click here to visit the KindleBooks source to read the same.  Read More
Nov. 20, 2014 2:35 pm
I'd like to share a brief video of Conway Hall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HphOWh8pfRY … Where this year I gave the very last in a long-line of historic Sunday Lectures for The Ethical Society. On 27 July I spoke about my Thinker Media Book , which uniquely reveals all the newly discovered evidence of Darwin's great science fraud. You can read the paper I gave in 'The Ethical Record....  Read More
Nov. 20, 2014 7:55 am
As a criminologist, have surprised myself of late with my own growing interest in natural science issues. It happened because I was quite recently alerted to the issue of science fraud by my own stumbled-upon discovery of new and independently verifiable evidence, which adds considerable new weight to the old argument that Darwin and Wallace committed the world's greatest science fraud by...  Read More
Nov. 15, 2014 2:37 pm
Returning tonight from an enjoyably informative November evening historical tour of the 1831 Reform Riots in Nottingham - excellently conducted by People's Hisreh - I cannot help but feel even more riotously irked than normal by the fact that mainstream scholars of the history of scientific discovery have been hoodwinked by the poor scholarship of a cult of Darwin worshiping biologists called...  Read More
Nov. 13, 2014 2:02 pm
Why Do We Not Have Veracious Knowledge about the Etymology of ' Etymology '? Claim – Weirdly, no book on word origins, or specialist dictionary of etymology, such as Chambers Dictionary of Etymology, appears to have examined the first use of the word etymology. Discovery – The word etymology can be found as least as far back as 1607 To see a re-bound copy: Cowell, J, (1607) The...  Read More
Nov. 2, 2014 5:24 am
Demonic Eels Letter Three days after Christmas day, on 28 th December 1869, Patrick Matthew, the polymath, farmer, botanist and laird of Gourdiehill, sat at his desk in Gourdiehill House to pen a most horrific letter of warning to his local newspaper, the Dundee Advertiser, to alert everyone that he had quite reasonably foreseen that if it were to be built, the Tay Railway Bridge to Dundee...  Read More
Return to Main Blog Page
 
Latest Thinking in Science
corner
corner
 
 
Latest Ebooks