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The hi-tech detection of Darwin's and Wallace's possible science fraud:

  title={The hi-tech detection of Darwin's and Wallace's possible science fraud:},
  author={Mike Sutton},
Priority for discoveries is awarded to those who are first to publish. If a scholar writes claiming to have discovered something or originated a theory that has been earlier published, or presented in public by another who got their first, then the peer review process, professional and public disapproval is relied upon to identify and correct the self-serving irregularity. Thereafter, the pretender to the throne of discovery is expected to retract and apologise. If there is evidence that such a… Expand
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