Update: whilst developing the new website, I returned to my original choice of name, only put off by seeing it was a fairly well-used play on words, but it’s so fitting for this project, it had to be, REIGN OF ERROR.

While writing continues at a furious pace, a small side project that has taken up far too much time is seeing the light of day at last. RETRACTAREIGN OF ERROR is a website that presents the VANITY of POOR & LAZY RESEARCH. This is the type of research work that makes you cringe, not so much because of major failings, such as fraudulent plagiarism, although that does feature too. The other type of error is officially considered less of a misdemeanor, but thought worse than fraud amongst co-workers. This is according to a recent survey published by a Dutch team,

Those major contraventions of academic principles, they call Fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism (FFP), while the other class has the name, Questionable research practices (QRP). To get off to a flying start, the first The case presented has both, QRP in the main, but a sprinkling of FFP as well. My reasons for investigating the case are explained in the dossier which catalogues umpteen silly mistakes, empteen failings in scientific methodology, and ampteen instances of unprofessionalism. It’s a gas! So head on over and get stuck in to,


An expression of concern regarding


with specific reference to,

Nullius in Verba: Darwin’s Greatest Secret. Cary, NC. Thinker Media Inc. 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 14, 49-64. 2014b

On Knowledge Contamination: New Data Challenges Claims of Darwin’s and Wallace’s Independent Conceptions of Matthew’s Prior-Published Hypothesis. Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy — 2016 t. 12 Philosophical Aspects of Genesis s.1-39.



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Author Upcoming book: THE DISSENT OF MAN.
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