[UPDATE Jan 11, 2019: RESULTS ARE POSTED AT THE BOTTOM]
Alright, I know this is a little last minute, but I thought it would be fun to poll people on their favorite Miles Mathis paper of 2018. In fact, let’s vote on 4 categories (please vote for at least the first two):
- Favorite paper by Miles from 2018.
- Favorite paper by Miles of all time.
- Favorite physics paper.
- Favorite guest paper. (I wont’ hold it against you if it’s not one of mine.)
And two more just for shits and giggles:
5. Silliest/most absurd hoaxed event of 2018
6. Worst crisis actor.
Leave your vote in comments. You don’t have to vote for all categories but please vote for the first two. And if you find that you simply can’t choose just one, then you can list a few. And please number your votes corresponding to the categories above. Votes cast after
Sunday night (Jan. 6) at midnight Friday 7pm GMT (2pm EST) will not be counted!
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Best of 2018
1st place: Titanic (49 votes)
Best of All Time
1st place: JFK assassination hoax/Hidden Kings (22 votes)
2nd place: Tate/Manson (19 votes)
3rd place: 2-ways tie between the Gurus paper (“What I Finally Understood”) and Hiller (“Hitler’s Genealogy”) with 9 votes, followed closely by Proof that John Lennon Faked His Death with 8 votes (It dawned on me counting votes that Lennon is basically an alternative spelling of Lenin).
1st place: Pi=4 (17 votes)
2nd place: Unified Field (5 votes)
Best Guest Paper
1st place: Ancient Spooks (37 votes)
2nd place: Gandhi (12 votes)
And the Silliest/Most Absurd Hoax of 2018
1st place: Roadster……in……space! (9 votes)
2nd place: Thai Cave (7 votes)
Worst Crisis Actor of 2018
1st place: David Hogg and his schoolmates (7 votes)
2nd place: Trump and his hair lost by a hair (6 votes)
3rd place: Theresa May (2 votes)
Miles chimed in with his vote in categories 1-3, which you can read here. (Short answer is Titanic for 2018 and his paper on building elements for both categories 2 and 3, since it will prove to be the most significant.)