"I have... a couple doctorates.." - Craig S Wright 2015 - This powerful statement helped Craig fraudulently gain credibility and support which he used in attempting a Bitcoin BCH takeover. This lie is still being used today.
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" a couple doctorates " Craig claimed in 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIZWVu6XsO4
" where he was working on his second PhD " Today https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Steven_Wright
Craig's only PhD was conferred in April 2017 and it certainly didn't win any awards. As for Craig's "first" PhD, a Craig fanboi claims:
His Theology PhD thesis is in comparative religious and classical studies called "Gnarled roots of a creation theory" conferred from SOAS university of London. If you want to confirm it, you can just call them and ask about Craig as an alumni.
This fanboi went on to claim a BCH reward for being the first to identify the institution:
Afterwards you can send the BCH to this address, thank you: 1CGDQ11Jb4S5Rn9VfHDC6UFnHUfmrJGzi8
However, consider these responses to my UoL queries:
University of London: " SOAS holds PhD theses from its students in print in our Archives and Special Collections, and in some cases, electronically via our SOAS Research Online database. I haven't been able to find the item (PhD dissertation by Craig S Wright titled "Gnarled roots of a creation theory") you're referring to in either of these areas. "
University of London: " I've also checked the British Library Ethos service (which digitises theses) and Proquest Dissertations and Theses Global: the Humanities and Social Sciences Collection which many libraries subscribe to. I wasn't able to find it there either. "
Regarding public claims by Craig S Wright of a SOAS University of London PhD in Comparative Religious and Classical Studies titled " Gnarled roots of a creation theory ":
University of London: " I am forwarding this to Information Compliance for their advice. "
Craig better hope they find it because the University of London do not take kindly to people falsely claiming UoL degrees, and there is no statutory limit on fraud....