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Mike Sutton
Mike Sutton
Dr Mike Sutton is the author of 'Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret'.
 
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Oh Yeah Baby!

May 27, 2015 7:40 am
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Immaculate Deception - Oil on Canvas by Gabriel Woods (2015)

"He was a Slow Processor, who soaked in the data, thought, stared, tried to make sense of what he was seeing, hoping for a breakthrough. All around were snappier brains, busy being dazzling, but not Darwin's, which just plodded on until it finally saw something special, hiding in plain view" (Robert Krulwich 2012):

And what was hiding in plain view? Patrick Matthew's (1831) dazzling bombshell prior-published hypothesis of 'the natural process of selection' - agreed by top Darwinist experts to be the full theory of natural selection- newly discovered to have been read and cited by Darwin's and Wallace's influencers(Sutton 2015) - and yet supposedly - still? -"independently discovered" by Darwin and Wallace?


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Miracle Double Immaculate Conceptions of the Blessed Virgins Darwin and Wallace of Matthew's prior published hypothesis of natural selection

In light of the new data, which illuminates the process of scientific discovery. The artist Gabriel Woods explains his allegorical analogy:

"The picture represents Charles Robert Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace, who both claimed they each independently discovered the theory of natural selection with no prior knowledge of Patrick Matthew's earlier work. Patrick Matthew is represented in the allegorical painting as the infant."

Read Nullius in Verba for the true new-fact-led story of the world's greatest science fraud.

Visit PatrickMatthew.com for more detailed information about Matthew, the true biological father of the theory of natural selection.

 
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