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F2B2 Hypothesis

Started Aug 14, 2015 0 Replies

Exploiting Google's Library project of over 30 million publications it is possible to discover who (amongst those documents) published a word, term, phrase or concept before the claimed originator.In…Continue

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Criminologist, interested in use of Google's BigData Library Project to find neglected books to check the veracity of current knowledge beliefs about claims to original ideas, concepts, discoveries or coning words, terms and phrases.
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http://Dysology.com
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Professor
Years of Experience:
30
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Nottingham Trent University
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Higher Education
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Networking, New venture
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http://https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=google+chrome&oq=googl...
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Dr Mike Sutton's Blog

Big Data Research Questions the real origin of the US Peace Corps

Posted on August 21, 2015 at 8:00am 2 Comments

New Big data research methods reveal that the origin of the name and concept of the US Peace Corps might in fact be more sinister than the current 'majority view' story:

Before the invention and popularization of the internet, a perfectly rational case was made to dismiss the veracity of arguments, based upon etymological evidence, that were being used by Professor Loren Eiseley in his efforts to prove that Charles Darwin had committed a research fraud by way of plagiarizing , among…

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Big Data Creates a Revolutionary Paradigm Change in the History of the Discovery of Natural Selection

Posted on August 14, 2015 at 7:00am 0 Comments

Google's BigData Library project of over 30 million scanned documents contains newly easily discovererable text searchable information, in previously neglected books and articles. 

Using the ID research method (read the free sample chapter 2 of my book Nullius in Verba to find out how its done) I found numerous publications, which uniquely 100 per cent  disprove the…

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