Monday, 27 March 2017

The Great Wall of Stupidity

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Corporate Gimpery


Friday, 24 March 2017

Donald Trump is Patently Infected with VAM

Donald Trump is quite obviously proven by his own words to be infected with the Wakefield et al (1998) Vaccination Autism Mere (VAM)

Donald Trump’s recognised official Twitter account posted on this topic in 2012 and again in 2014.

His Tweets are archived here in order to prove they exist and, if ever he deletes them from his Twitter account at some date in the future, to prove they really did exist.

Here is the original data:


  1. * ‘Massive combined inoculations to small children is the cause for big increase in autism...’ (Trump 2012a)
  2. * ‘Lots of autism and vaccine response. Stop these massive doses immediately. Go back to single, spread out shots! What do we have to lose.’ (Trump 2012b)
  3. * ‘Autism rates through the roof--why doesn't the Obama administration do something about doctor-inflicted autism. We lose nothing to try.’ (Trump 2012c)
  4. * ‘If I were President I would push for proper vaccinations but would not allow one time massive shots that a small child cannot take - AUTISM.’ (Trump 2014a)
  5. * ‘Healthy young child goes to doctor, gets pumped with massive shot of many vaccines, doesn't feel good and changes - AUTISM. Many such cases!’ (Trump 2104b)
  6. * I am being proven right about massive vaccinations—the doctors lied. Save our children & their future. (Trump 2014c).
  7. * I'm not against vaccinations for your children, I'm against them in 1 massive dose. Spread them out over a period of time & autism will drop! (2014d)
  8. * ‘No more massive injections. Tiny children are not horses—one vaccine at a time, over time.’ (Trump 2104e).
  9. * ‘So many people who have children with autism have thanked me—amazing response. They know far better than fudged up reports! (Trump 2014f)
  10. * ‘"@P01YN0NYM0U55: @jamandatrtl #vaccines #Shills insist #Autism starts in utero or genetic, but parents insist sudden onset after #vaccine.’ (Trump 2014g).


Wakefield AJ, Murch SH, Anthony A, Linnell J, Casson DM, Malik M, Berelowitz M, Dhillon AP, Thomson MA, Harvey P, Valentine A, Davies SE, Walker-Smith JA, (1998) Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children. Lancet. Feb 28;351(9103) pp.:637-641. RETRACTED

1. Trump, D. J. (2012a) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter. 
2. Trump, D. J. (2012b) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter.
3. Trump, D. J. (2012c) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter.
4. Trump, D. J. (2014a) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter
5. Trump, D. J. (2014b) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter
6. Trump, D. J. (2014c) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter
7. Trump, D. J. (2014d) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter
8. Trump, D. J. (2014e) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter
9. Trump, D. J. (2014f) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter
10. Trump, D. J. (2014g) @realDonaldTrump. Twitter

Googling Google

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Sunday, 19 March 2017

For History Sake: It is important to archive how people misuse the gift of the Internet

Disclaimer. I have not seen a shred of evidence to support the accusations from some that the McCann's murdered their missing daughter. Making such unevidenced claims is a sign of desperation. What on Earth is going through the heads of those who create and publish such terrible nastiness? That said, it is important to capture it for future research into such behaviour, only so that we might reduce it.

UK Sun Newspaper story on this issue: HERE

Saturday, 18 March 2017

Google Scholar Finds and Counts Citations in Blogs But not Books: Why?

The article in question is: SPINACH, IRON and POPEYE: Ironic lessons from biochemistry and history on the importance of healthy eating, healthy scepticismand adequate citation Here

You can see the citations count for it in my Google Citations account Here

This finding proves just how influential IJC blogs are in terms of gaming Google Scholar.

Within days anything cited in the IJC is recorded by Google Scholar. Bit this case reveals also that Google Scholar is massively undercounting citations to work in published books.

The conclusion is surely that Google Scholar is not much good as an indicator of your impact if the publication citing you in relation to your orignal published work does not include a full scholarly reference to your publication source.

The IDD method can help you find where you have been cited in the publication record. What Google needs to do now is to use it in its algorithm. On which note, I suggest that Google first take control of its RankBrain AI robot that is currently really screwing things up on Google searches. See my blog on the facts about that problem. :


Sutton, M. (2010) Spinach, Iron and Popeye: Ironic lessons from biochemistry and history on the importance of healthy eating, healthy scepticism and adequate citation. Internet Journal of Criminology. Click Here

Did you see what I just did there? 😎

Juxtasupposin in Orange

Friday, 17 March 2017

Bad Guys Bad Whaaa Whaaa

Thursday, 16 March 2017

McDonald's TrumpTweet Blocked and Deleted

This Tweet was blocked and deleted, But its embedded here forever

Friday, 10 March 2017

Collecting Trump's Tweets for History

Friday, 3 March 2017

Why the Market for "Bullshit" needs my Market Reduction Approach


Contrary to what is claimed in the Oxford English Dictionary, Charles Dickens did not coin the word boring in his very boring book Bleak House (Dickens 1852). It was, apparently (so far as we can tell to-date), coined by a woman in 1829! HERE