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Dr Mike Sutton is the author of 'Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret'.
 
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The Last Ever Conway Hall Sunday Lecture was on Darwin's Science Fraud

Sep. 14, 2014 5:33 pm
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The Ethical Record. LondonAttribution

Darwin's Great Science Fraud

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London Ethical SocietyAttribution

Historic Conway Hall in Red Lion Square London

As a fitting tribute to the great importance of my big data facilitated bombshell discovery of Darwin's great science fraud, the final Sunday lecture in the historic series of Sunday Lectures of London's Ethical Society, at Conway Hall, was on that most devastating topic. After 104 years of prestigious presentations the Ethical Society will adopt a new format of Sunday Debates in 2015.

A DREADFUL DISCOVERY: BIG DATA PROVES WALLACE AND DARWIN COUNTERFEIT DISCOVERERS, By Mike Sutton (2014, pp. 7-14) Journal Ethical Record. Volume 119 Issue 8.

The full text of my 2014 Sunday Lecture on Darwin's great science fraud - the fraud he committed by plagiarising the work of Patrick Matthew - is now published in the Ethical Record. You may read it for free here

A free peer-to-peer article that explains the implications of the newly discovered data that proves Patrick Matthew is the only independent discoverer of 'natural selection' can be accessed by clicking here

Reference

Sutton, M. (2014) A Dreadful Discovery: Big Data Proves Wallace and Darwin Counterfeit Discoverers. Journal Ethical Record. Volume 119 Issue 8 .Pages 7-14 Publisher Conway Hall Ethical Society Full issue available here: http://ethicalrecord.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Ethical-Record-August-September-2014.pdf

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Nullius in Verba

Further reading

Sutton, M. (2104) Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret. Thinker Media Inc

Documentary on historic Conway Hall

 
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