The Dysology Hypothesis
Thursday, 2 August 2018
Monday, 16 April 2018
Prof Mark Griffiths & I just had peer reviewed article published.— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) April 16, 2018
Its official, the IDD method used to prove Darwin & Wallace plagiarised Matthew is a research "method". Proven too: Dawkins did not 1st coin the term or concept "Selfish Gene". More besides: https://t.co/waIQjoe3EE pic.twitter.com/POAk6l5277
Several supermyths (myths arising from bogus mythbusts) busted in this peer reviewed scholarly paper:— Supermythbuster (@supermyths) April 16, 2018
1. The Humpty Dumpty myth
2. The Google origin myth
3. The Marshal McLuhan coined Moral panic Myth
And the Selfish Gene mythbust for an added bonus https://t.co/1nWNyaO6ZN
Saturday, 20 January 2018
Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Sunday, 14 January 2018
On Supermyths: Their discovery, distinguishing characteristics and significance
On SupermythsMike Sutton is the author of Nullius in Verba - a book where every fact is independently verifiable and fully referenced.‘Nullius’ will subject you to a significant bombardment of new Big Data discovered,previously hidden book evidence, to uniquely 'prove' two key things far more likely than not:
1. That, contrary to prior knowledge-beliefs, Patrick Matthew's 1831 book - containing what Darwinists such as Richard Dawkins (in Bryson 2010 ) admit was the first and only pre-1858 complete hypothesis of natural selection - DID influence the pre-1859 published work of both Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace on the topic of organic evolution and natural selection theory.2. That Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace each, independently, plagiarized the theory of natural selection from Patrick Matthew and then lied when each claimed no prior knowledge of it.
Useful websites on the story of Darwin and MatthewMike Sutton is imperfectly followable on Twitter
What are supermyths and braced myths?Supermyths, of which braced myths are a sub-type - are ironic unintended, or else a deliberate and disingenuous, consequences of fallacy dissemination. Supermyths have three very specific components:
- the creation of a fallacy, myth or error by an orthodox expert
- it being used by another expert who in turn promotes it as being ‘true’ and
- whilst still thinking that it is true, promotes it as a good example of the need to be healthily sceptical of bad scholarship. Moreover, fourthly:
- Braced myths are supermyths that have been pointedly deployed by orthodox scholars in order to bust another specific myth or fallacy. The braced myth hypothesis is that using one myth as a specific mythbusting device in this way braces the supermyth to make it further entrenched and therefore more difficult to prevent it being credulously disseminated as veracious knowledge.What do we know about the impact of modern myths on society by way of their misinforming and therefore misdirecting central and local policy making, professional practice, teaching, learning and the media?
What is a supermyth?
I developed the concept of Supermyths from studying the literature on the importance of veracity in science. Essentially, supermyths are myths that are, with great unintended irony, credulously believed by scholars and used by them to argue for the need to be sceptical of widely accepted myths and fallacies. To date I have identified four supermyths - the Spinach Myth, the Zombie Cop Myth , Crime Opportunity Myth and the Semmelweis Myth.
Unlike the Spinach Myth, which is solely based upon an error of fact, the Zombie Cop Myth is based upon a fallacy and an error of fact combined. It started with a combination of completely unrealistic assumptions about the nature of foot patrol beat policing that was used to inform a mere exercise in arithmetic ‘on the back of an envelope’ to seek to demonstrate a lack of efficiency of beat policing. An error of fact was then made by many others that a published claim made by the authors of that exercise, on the bases of that exercise, reflected research findings from an empirical study of real police officers on the beat
Beware Criminal Hackers, Cyberstalkers, Book Pirating Copyright Fraudsters and Criminal Identity Fraudsters
Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret 600-page Kindle e-book. Currently unavailable due to ongoing investigations into criminal book piracy, copyright fraud, cyberstalking, criminal malicious communications, malware dissemination and ID fraud by cybercriminals who have hacked it and those who are disseminating illegal hacked versions of it.
From November 2017, you are advised not to download any version of this e-book, because the file is likely to be infected with hacker malware by those sharing and disseminating the hacked files. Moreover, the hacked content is likely to have been altered by the criminals involved.
Please purchase the official paperback abridged version from Amazon here. Paperback volumes 2 and 3 are forthcoming.
|Paperback volume 1 of Nullius. Available from Amazon, all good bookshops|
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Thursday, 4 January 2018
THE INTERNET ARCHIVE HAVE CRIMINALLY REPRODUCED MY KINDLE BOOK AND MY PAPERBACK BOOK AND PUT THE ENTIRE TEXT ON THE INTERNET
+Screenshot forensic proof & link to fact the Internet Archive @internetarchive has criminally pirated & is criminally disseminating both my e -book & paperback of Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret - so far they are refusing to cease and desist https://t.co/XxXovDv9W6 pic.twitter.com/uTAIwSha3z— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) January 4, 2018
+In 20th century, David Mann & I won the British Journal of Criminology Prize for our article ">>NetCrime: More change in the organization of thieving."— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) January 4, 2018
In the 21st Century it is time for >>Netcrime II. Because in the 21st cent there is a very new racket: https://t.co/teOx0Uw2au pic.twitter.com/ICDMDwB2zE
+The nasty online e-piracy site "Internet Archive" - which begs the public for money to steal author's works - emailed me to ask me for my home address & signature following my demand they cease and desist pirating my book. I told them where to get off! https://t.co/w09RXrsDLG https://t.co/peYDU2iCqg— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) January 3, 2018