No joke. I don't expect "Bishop Dawkins" to admit he never coined the term selfish gene anymore than I expect Wikipedia to admit its editors plagiarised selfish gene & moral panic mythbusts: Independently verifiable evidence published in 2013 Frank : https://t.co/NEnV8YOSI8— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) March 19, 2018
Monday, 19 March 2018
Even more cases of serious plagiarism coming to light - during IDD verifiaction research - @DrMarkGriffiths in the field of paraphilia and sexual perversion (all will be published and therein explained in detail later by my distinguished colleague) : https://t.co/uaWnCrMGhb— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) March 19, 2018
Tuesday, 6 March 2018
Two senior academics at Nottingham Trent University are having their Twitter profiles mixed-up by Twitter's algorithm. How strange!
Dr Eric Baumgartner's image on his Twitter profile is being replaced automatically by that of the Distinguished Professor of Psychology Dr Mark Griffiths.
(1) Eric's profile: https://twitter.com/EricBaumgartner
(2) Marks Profile: https://twitter.com/DrMarkGriffiths?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
Fun confirmatory evidence for the existence of the #multiverse - this is not Eric Baumgartner's image. It is professor @DrMarkGriffiths image in the universe and university I know. 😁 pic.twitter.com/VKafZBaxmM— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) March 6, 2018
#Funny - it's happening again. Eric Baumgartner has morphed into Professor Mark Griffiths again on my "who to follow" on Twitter advice. How on Earth is this happening? That is Mark's image on Eric's profile! What is the Twitter algorithm actually doing? More so why? #NotRandom pic.twitter.com/1BrgfyMAh8— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) March 6, 2018
Monday, 5 March 2018
Why are our university vice chancellors under attack?— BlessedVirginDarwin (@OnNavalTimber) March 5, 2018
"The Fantastic Five go over the top with Thelma and Louise"
This article was published in "Research Professional", a source subscribed to & read by many university senior managers & professors. https://t.co/SOBDssC5rM
Monday, 26 February 2018
Is Nick Griffin up to no good implying things again to sow seeds of weird racism?— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) February 26, 2018
See what the BNP were up to - and their nasty hate crime plans - under his leadership in this peer reviewed academic journal article:
Sunday, 4 February 2018
The full story can be found here
You can't make #history into your pet!— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) February 4, 2018
Untameable History: On #NottinghamHeritage The strange unsolved mystery of the severed #Nottingham ancient document about the Nottingham man who it now seems repaired - rather than made - Richard III's original tomb: https://t.co/DupuuDFU4V pic.twitter.com/Ogy2Xgjw8B
Saturday, 27 January 2018
Sunday, 21 January 2018
What happens when retarded neerdowell credulous shock troops of the myth worshipping zombie horde arrives at the university of an ethical and gifted mythbusting scholar and complains to their dean and VC?— Dr Mike Sutton (@Dysology) January 21, 2018
To find out: Just "Ask @EdzardErnst Ernst" https://t.co/PJBPAsZYp4
Sunday, 14 January 2018
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.
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