In 1831, the Scottish laird, farmer, orchard owner, grain dealer and botanist, Patrick Matthew, authored 'On Naval Timber and Arboriculture.' Matthew's book is universally recognised as the first publication to contain the complete hypothesis of the theory of natural selection. New evidence proves that both Darwin and Wallace lied by pretending they had no prior-knowledge of it; both committed science fraud by plagiarising Matthew's discovery, his name for it, his examples of the process in nature compared to culture. They even ripped-off his unique creative perspective.
Darwin is a counterfeit orginator who told six lies to achieve primacy over Matthew.
Darwin and Wallace aped Matthew's unique discovery, its name, hypothesis and many of his key explantions.
Matthew was born on a farm called Rome. The site is now in the grounds of the Palace of Scone.
The discovery of natural selection was made at Gourdiehill, the seat of Matthew Esquire.
Science swindler Darwin's unpublished notes from 1837 reveal that Matthew's subject of apple trees - was the first he wrote on evolution. Extensive additional evidence proves he reverse-engineered Matthew's discovery to pretend it was his own.