Conservapedia is a scary online resource for religious whackjobs and those who love to manipulate them. It counter poses itself to Wikipedia, calling itself the "Trustworthy Encyclopedia".

Here's a brief sample from Consevapedia's entry on Evolution:
In addition to the evolutionary position lacking evidential support and being counterevidence, the great intellectuals in history such as Archimedes, Aristotle, St. Augustine, Francis Bacon, Isaac Newton, and Lord Kelvin did not propose an evolutionary process for a species to transform into a more complex version. Even after the theory of evolution was proposed and promoted heavily in England and Germany, most leading scientists were against the theory of evolution.[18]

On Consevapedia's main page are daily subjects of interest and a list of right-wing and religious-biased current news stories from various sources.

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The first paragraph in the Conservapedia on "public schools":

"Public schools in the United States are liberal and atheistic government institutions that employ 3 million people and spend $411.5 billion annually at a cost of $10,770 per student. Spoken prayer, the Ten Commandments, and sharing of faith are expressly forbidden in public schools' classrooms during school hours, and teaching of morality is implicitly disfavored. Homosexual indoctrination is common as early as elementary school in more liberal states."

Sounds exactly like the church I used to attend. Nothing based in reality, and so many reasons to hate.




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