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118th Way to Exasperate a Liberal: Rely on Conservapedia as your Source of Truth

James Delingpole’s 152nd way to Drive a Liberal Crazy:

#152. Announce you’ve been boycotting Wikipedia ever since you discovered that its supposedly neutral entries have been hijacked by leftists and eco-fascists. From now on you’ll rely on the only online encyclopedia that tells it straight: Conservapedia.

Conservapedia tells it straight? Read this Conservapedia entry for “Evolution”:

… Dinosaur extinction is a major enigma in terms of the evolutionary paradigm and many ill founded speculations have arisen within the evolutionary community. Creation scientists maintain the fossil record, the evidence for the Genesis flood and post flood climate changes offers an excellent explanation for dinosaur extinction.

Lack of Any Clear Transitional Forms

As alluded to earlier, today there are over one hundred million identified and cataloged fossils in the world’s museums. If the evolutionary position was valid, then there should be “transitional forms” in the fossil record reflecting the intermediate life forms. Another term for these “transitional forms” is “missing links”…. evolutionists have had over 140 years to find a transitional fossil and nothing approaching a conclusive transitional form has ever been found…

Transitional forms:

Aetiocetus
Ardipithecus ramidus
Australopithecus sediba
Eupodophis
Haikouichthys
Ichthyostega
Panderichthys
Parahippus
Solenodonsaurus
Triadobatrachus
Ursavus elmensis

… and so on, and so forth, with hundreds more examples than can fit on this page.

The only “straight” in Conservapedia is a straight line back to the 1800s.

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