Andy Schlafly’s New Project

Those who used to spend some time on Talk.origins will never forget the duo of Andy and Roger Schlafly and some of the most bizarre claims to surface even in a newsgroup designed to attract the bizarred and weird from useful groups.

Andy has a new project: Conservapedia

Yes, that’s right. Wikipedia is liberally biased.

A fine start includes that under biological terms -e-, there is no term evolution currently listed. What is going to be fun is to watch the fight over how to define such words because old earth creationists, young earth creationists, and intelligent design advocates are all going to have to debate which is correct using….arguments against evolution.

Roger and Andy are still notorious on talk.origins–this search should bring up some of the fun. In terms of who is crazier and dumber between Roger and Andy, it’s sort of a race to the bottom.

3 thoughts on “Andy Schlafly’s New Project

  1. Yes, that’s right. Wikipedia is liberally biased.

    No, you’re wrong. The problem isn’t that Wikipedia is liberally biased, but that, as Stephen Colbert astutely observed “…reality has a liberal bias.” The only was to build a “conservapedia” is to describe a non-existent reality, in other words a fantasy.

  2. I just visited Conservapedia. I heard about this site on NPR. It was hard to believe that the site was not a parody. Talk about Spin!

    I whole heartedly agree with Keanus. Though I may visit the sight from time to time, as I convert all of my work to “faith-based” metallurgy, organic chemistry, high energy physics, and computer programming.

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