Academic Citations of Nullius in Verba

Published scholarly citations of Mike Sutton's books and peer reviewed academic journal articles on Darwin's & Wallace's plagiarism

This page is intended for use as a guide for researchers. Links are provided to fully referenced academic publications. Below is a list of books and  scholarly articles citing my various published original Big Data research into Charles Darwin’s and Alfred Wallace’s science fraud by plagiarising glory theft of Patrick Matthew's (1831) prior publication of the complete original discovery of the natural process of selection.


The following citations are not listed in any kind of date or priority order:

Articles and books citing Sutton (2014) 'The hi-tech detection of Darwin’s and Wallace’s possible science fraud: Big data criminology re-writes the history of contested discovery.' Papers from the British Criminology Conference © 2014 the authors and the British Society of Criminology www.britsoccrim.org ISSN 1759-0043; Vol. 14: 49-64 (source of Sutton's original paper)



Impact of Data Literacy on Scientific Research Performance: A Model Analysis'. No. 6, "Information Theory and Practice"  Shen Jiu Jiu Wu to Jiang Yuting Wu Chi-wai. School of Management, University of Nanchang , Jiangxi Nanchang 330031, China.


Shen Jiujiu, Wu Cheng, Jiang Yuting, Hu Zhiwei - 'Theory and Practice of Intelligence', 2017 - cqvip.com)


Abstract translated from Chinese: 'In order to explore the impact of data literacy of researchers on scientific research performance, this paper analyzes the impact of data literacy on scientific research performance from the aspects of data awareness, data acquisition ability, processing power, analysis and utilization of capacity and data ethics five dimensions to build scientific research personnel data literacy evaluation scale, from the papers, inventions, patents, projects. The quantity and quality of scientific research award five dimensions to measure the performance of scientific research, and build a model of the impact of data literacy on scientific research performance. (Link to article in China). Impact of Data Literacy on Scientific Research Performance: A Model Analysis 2017'. Google Scholar link: https://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?cites=17484448006010368195&as_sdt=2005&sciodt=0,5&hl=en


'Patrick Matthew's law of natural selection'. By Michael E. Weale (2015). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Volume 115, Issue 4, 1 August. Pages 785–791. Here.



Articles and books citing Sutton (2015) 'On Knowledge Contamination: New Data Challenges Claims of Darwin’s and Wallace’s Independent Conceptions of Matthew’s Prior-Published Hypothesis.' By Mike Sutton (2015) Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy. Issue No: 12.



'LA NAVE DE LOS LOCOS. EL ORIGEN DE LAS ESPECIES A LA LUZ, DE LA NUEVA RETÓRICA' (published 7th December 2017) By  Emilio Cervantes y Guillermo Pérez Galicia. Amazon link: Here




Finding Common Ground: Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences. Edited by Ron Iphofen (2017).


'....we must guard against the temptation to corrupt practices that many see as undermining scientific integrity. These include plagiarism, failure to acknowledge prior-work, biased peer-reviewing, and, in effect, poorly constructed desk or secondary research. of course, there is nothing new in such discreditable activities. Sutton (2014) offers evidence that Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace clearly plagiarised the earlier ideas of Patrick Matthew without sufficient acknowledgment and Darwin then used his elite connections to ensure he would not be scooped by Wallace.'

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Articles and books citing 'Nullius in Verba Darwin's Greatest Secret' (e-book Sutton 2014 or paperback vol 1. Sutton 2017)


Perilous Planet Earth Revisited, Chronology and Catastrophism Review 2018:2,

(pp. 3-19) By Trevor Palmer


'Charles Darwin presented his theory of evolution by natural selection to the general public in 1859, in The Origin of Species. Strongly influenced by Lyell’s geological uniformitarianism, Darwin envisaged evolution taking place in a gradual, even-paced fashion, in a relatively stable environment. However, in 1831, Patrick Matthew had proposed a theory of evolution, operating within a framework of catastrophic extinctions, with essentially the same mechanism as that presented by Darwin twenty-eight years later (PPE pp. 60-71). Did Darwin take his ideas from Matthew? In PPE, p. 64, I wrote, “Darwin was out of the country until 1836 so it is likely, as he subsequently maintained, that he remained
unaware of Matthew’s ideas until they were pointed out to him in 1860”.


However, Mike Sutton, a lecturer in criminology, has since carried out research which shows that several naturalists who were associates or correspondents of Darwin, including three known to have been influential in the development of his theory, had referred to Matthew’s ideas about evolution in published works, so it would seem unlikely they had not mentioned them to Darwin, particularly since Darwin’s celebrated phrase “the natural process of selection” bears a marked similarity to Matthew’s phrase, “the natural process of selection” [39].


39. M. Sutton, Nullius in Verba: Darwin’s Greatest Secret, Vae Victus, 2017."


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Using Date Specific Searches on Google Books to Disconfirm Prior Origination Knowledge Claims for Particular Terms, Words, and Names. By Mike Sutton and Mark D. Griffiths (2018). Social Sciences  7(4), 66. Here.


Fraud and Misconduct in Research: Detection, Investigation, and Organizational Response (published 30 Sep 2017) by Nachman Ben-Yehuda and Amalya Oliver-Lumerman. Amazon link: Here. Link to some of the relevant text on the stir caused by the 'New Data' in Nullius can be read in Google books: Here. PLEASE NOTE: A PDF file containing the relevant text and linked footnotes on the themes of Wikipedia's response to the facts and that in light of these facts the authors think Darwin's name may now have to be added to the list of plagiarising science fraudsters: Here



LA NAVE DE LOS LOCOS. EL ORIGEN DE LAS ESPECIES A LA LUZ, DE LA NUEVA RETÓRICA. pp 55-56 (published 7th December 2017) By  Emilio Cervantes y Guillermo Pérez Galicia. Amazon link: Here


'Dr. Mike Sutton, a criminologist, has used a battery of Internet search tools to demolish the main Darwinian argument, which would be either to say that Darwin did not have access to Matthew's work, which is denied by Darwin himself in the paragraph above, or that Matthew had presented his ideas in a very indirect way and with very little diffusion, as Darwin literally says:


"Unfortunately the view was given by Mr. Matthew very briefly in scattered passages in an appendix to a work on a different subject, so that it remained unnoticed until Mr. Matthew himself drew attention to it in the "Gardeners' Chronicle", on April 7, 1860."


In any case, Darwin read Matthew and took his ideas from a book that, certainly was of a different matter, but not less important, since in 1831 naval wood and arboriculture were key issues for the country's economy, and therefore the book had been widely distributed. Matthew predates Darwin but his characteristics (Scottish, sympathetic to the Chartist revolts in London) did not allow him to fit the profile of the new liberal model.'


On Knowledge Contamination: New Data Challenges Claims of Darwin’s and Wallace’s Independent Conceptions of Matthew’s Prior-Published Hypothesis. By Mike Sutton (2015) Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy. Issue No: 12. Page Range: 167-205. Here


The hi-tech detection of Darwin’s and Wallace’s possible science fraud: Big data criminology re-writes the history of contested discovery. By Mike Sutton (2014) Papers from the British Criminology Conference 2014 the authors and the British Society of Criminology www.britsoccrim.org ISSN 1759-0043; Vol. 14: 49-64. Here [Peer reviewed - see Editor's note Here].


'Biochar and forest restoration: a review and meta-analysis of tree growth responses.' By Sean C.Thomas and Nigel Gale. November 2015. Journal: New Forests. Volume 46, Issue 5–6, pp 931–946.

Here


'Evolution Before Darwin: Matthew, Blyth, Wallace.' By Grzegorz Malec (2015). Journal: Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy. Issue No: 12. Page Range: 83-108. Here.



Journals publishing book reviews of 'Nullius in Verba Darwin's Greatest Secret' (e-book Sutton 2014 or paperback vol 1. Sutton 2017) and replies to those reviews


'There Is No Darwin’s Greatest Secret'. By Grzegorz Malec. Journal: Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy(2015) Issue No: 12. Page Range: 325-331 Here


'Darwin’s Greatest Secret Exposed: Response to Grzegorz Malec’s De Facto Fact Denying Review of My Book'. By Mike Sutton. Journal: Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy (2016). Issue No: 13. Page Range: 287-296. Here


Academic publications citing other reports, such as newsprint stories, about the New Data, discovered by Mike Sutton on Darwin's and Wallace's plagiarism of Matthew. 


Entrepreneurial Creativity in a Virtual World . By Denise Tsang. (2015). Edward Elgar Publishing. Here (archived here) Tsang's citation is of the newspaper article by Knaption.

Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret (Vol. 1) abridged paperback (2017). Here.

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