Category Archives: Inventions & Deceptions

Johannes de Sacrobosco: A Cuckoo In The Nest

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One of the more curious characters to emerge from the mire of medieval manuscripts is a monastic scholar with a severe identity crisis: Johannes de Sacrobosco. Johannes de Sacrobosco, also written Ioannis de Sacro Bosco (c. 1195 – c. 1256), … Continue reading

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Heinsohn Horizon: Chinese Christmas Cake

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When Europe started carving up the world the acolytes of empire started carving up history to support their beliefs and interests. By 1850 the acolytes of empire had diced and sliced the Annals of China to create a great and … Continue reading

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The Atomic Comet: Self-Propelled Footnote

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1950 was a vintage year for Cometary science and pseudoscience. In April 1950, after 8 rejections, Immanuel Velikovsky [amongst many other things] introduced a new generation to the long established science of the Hydrocarbon Comet. In 1950, after eight publishing … Continue reading

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The Great Cnuts of Climate

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According to the history books Cnut the Great became King of England in 1016 AD. Cnut the Great (c. 995 – 1035), also known as Canute – whose father was Sweyn Forkbeard (which gave him the patronym Sweynsson, Old Norse: … Continue reading

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P.N. Oak: Chips of Vedic Society

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According to P. N. Oak the “blundering” Academics in Aspic have constructed a false historical narrative that has “forgotten” there was once a Worldwide Vedic Culture. It is also unknown that in the remote forgotten past the Hindus i.e. the … Continue reading

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Catastrophic English: Saxon Bull

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The story of the Anglo Saxons who [according to the mainstream narrative] unobtrusively slipped into Britain from Old Saxony [during the first half of 1st millennium] is a strange tale of the unexpected. The Anglo-Saxons were a people who inhabited … Continue reading

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Lawler Alignments – The Galactic Tide

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329 years after Principia was first published the Antiquated Academics are still peddling Newton’s universal law of magical mathematical mass. A specialised sect of Antiquated Academics [affectionately known as the Arcane Astronomers] believe galactic tides [“in the direction of the … Continue reading

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Lawler Alignments – Galactic Roller Coaster

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WARNING If you like your Science Settled or your History served with a thick Gradualist Gloss then you should stop reading now and retreat to your preferred Safe Space. Early in the 17th century Galileo Galilei discovered the Milky Way … Continue reading

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Stranded Seals

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One of the more enlightening narratives that can be pieced together from the academic archives is the story of the stranded freshwater seals. The story begins [very roughly] 26,000 years ago at the start of the last Ice Age. The … Continue reading

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Catastrophic Cows

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Settled Science has a perverse preference to demonise cattle whenever possible. This preference probably originates from a Western quasi-religious phobia of horned animals. Horns of a goat and a ram, goat’s fur and ears, nose and canines of a pig, … Continue reading

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Will There be a War on Ants?

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Piers Corbyn once again introduces some perspective and sanity into the CO2 Climate Change debate. THE CASE AGAINST MAN MADE CLIMATE CHANGE IS SIMPLE – IN 3 KEY ARGUMENTS:- 1. There is no evidence now and there never has been … Continue reading

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Sinking Settled Science

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It’s difficult to keep the Ship of Settled Science afloat when it’s holed below the waterline. This probably explains why so much of Settled Science is bilge. The bilge is the lowest compartment on a ship, below the waterline, where … Continue reading

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Soft Centred Science

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This is the Kiplingesque story of How the Earth Got its Soft Centre and it would be totally unbelievable except for the involvement of Earth Scientists who are renowned for being Big Softies – particularly between the ears. He’s been … Continue reading

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Starry, Starry Night

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The orbital altitude of the International Space Station varies between 310 and 410 kilometres. The ISS is maintained in a nearly circular orbit with a minimum mean altitude of 330 km (205 mi) and a maximum of 410 km (255 … Continue reading

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Miles Mathis – Big Fake Questions

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I really enjoy Miles Mathis when he lets rip and his latest paper doesn’t disappoint. Like the FPP, the Kavli Prize is very recent, first being awarded in 2008. One of its first recipients was Donald Lynden-Bell of Cambridge University, … Continue reading

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Palaeomagnetism: Logic Reversals

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UPDATE 17 June 2015 The illusory Settled Science of Palaeomagnetism morphs into the realm of Super Surreal Science [a brand new category] simply because they forgot all about Photomagnetism. On the Magnetising Power of the Solar Rays … Professor Barlocci … Continue reading

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The Magnetic Personality of Violet

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The mainstream has taken a strong dislike to Violet and excludes her whenever possible. By reducing the rainbow to just six colours the Wikipedia Wizards now only have to make Violet vanish when they cast their magic spells over the … Continue reading

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The Soporific Sound of Settled Science

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Like many other Baby Boomers I have fond childhood memories of being enveloped by swirling clouds of sulphurous smoke whenever an express train roared through the station on its way to more important [and exciting] places. In those far off … Continue reading

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Invisible Indigo – Vaporised Violet

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The Wikipedia Wizards are working wonders with human colour perception. According to the Carl Zeiss web site the visible spectrum “covers the wavelength spectrum between 380 nm and 780 nm.” The visible area is the range of electromagnetic radiation that … Continue reading

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All Gyre and No Gimbals

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Once upon a time in Christ Church, Oxford, Charles Dodgson wrote about slithy toves. ‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. … Jabberwocky is … Continue reading

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