Saturday, February 24, 2007

Conservapedia Word of The Day

Dinosaur--From the Latin for "terrible lizard", dinosaurs were a group of large lizards that previously lived in abundance on Earth.

Evolutionists claim that dinosaurs roamed the planet from 230 million until 65 million years ago and that they are all currently extinct.

Dinosaurs are not explicitly mentioned in the Bible, although the behemoth in Job and the leviathan in Isaiah are considered by creation scientists to represent the brachiosaurus and kronosaurus respectively.

The conservapedia is an attempt to counter the pernicious influence of that wiccanpedia full of satanists and the like. The brains behind this want to use "bible based" knowledge so that they can be unencumbered by reality, and their kids can get really crappy test scores (unless they are home schooled). It's important to note that the evolutionists don't know what they are talking about, and hey there might have been a few cool dinosaurs in the bible if you stretch really hard, reject science and pretend that bible literalism is an actual scientific endeavor.