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A wiki-based encyclopedia site filled with fundamentalist Conservative Christian propaganda, misogyny, ridiculous claims of Wikipedia, inappropriate claims of liberals and lots and lots of hate speech, especially of liberals and abortion. A biased source with so ridiculous stuff I actually mistaked it for a parody site called "Niilopedia" (http://fi.niilopedia.org ).
Conservapedia should NOT be trusted and I don't recommend visiting it unless you want to laugh at its incredible stupidity.
I used to edit there for fun and got banned simply because I wrote a factual article about RationalWiki.
The site doesn't contain any not-safe-for-work imagery, but it's not suitable for children. Read some of their articles and you'll understand why.
An 'encyclopedia' which contains nothing but conservative propaganda with no sort of evidence or poof.
- The site lies to denigrate entire classes of people, the definition of a hate group.
- Does not follow ANY Wikipedia safeguards regarding origin of content, read this before reading ANY wiki:
- Examples? It has two articles, one on HIV, one on AIDS, that surprisingly correlate to Wikipedia somewhat, but it also has a "gay disease" article that is beyond hope to salvage because of mismatches to even their own HIV and AIDS articles, essentially lies to denigrate gays.
This website is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. It is written from a conservative Christian point of view, making it somewhat biased and unreliable as a research tool.
The encyclopedia claims to be a trustworthy source of information, when some of its pages--especially those with topics pertaining to politics--are plagued with bias and inaccuracies. Also, the website includes biased, controversial, or offensive content, such as content which states that "women are weaker than men".
However, most of the pages on the encyclopedia are child friendly.
Extremely biased and misleading. Articles are either uncited or come from unscientific sources such as right-wing opinion articles and creation science websites, rather than anything even remotely peer reviewed. Most facts are cited from articles on the website "creation.com" Here are some of the absurd claims:
"Homosexuality was accepted in Nazi Germany"
"Evolutionary belief is linked to bestiality"
"Liberals typically support child pornography"
On science, it pushes a feeling of oppression rather than peer-reviewed facts; that Evolutionary Biology is only taught because science has been controlled by atheists who want to brainwash children out of their religion. It is utterly absurd.
It also doesn't even try to hide its bias. In articles, the "liberal community" is often used and is preceded by terms like "licentious" and "immoral." The article on liberals itself is filled with specific presumptions about belief on modern laws, rather than the actual definition. It's hard to tell if this website is a joke or just plain crazy.
There is absolutely no way the bad ratings for the website are simply because of "liberal bias" or "liberals oppressing free speech." Both conservatives and liberals should be opposing this because it is one of the most deceptive websites on the internet.
Hilarious website. Recommended, but not for research. It's more biased than "Rational"Wiki (http://rationalwiki.org/). It's a good website for learning to troll, it's a good source if you're batshit crazy, if you don't want to be laughed at then don't use this as a reputable source.
The only explanation I have for this website is that it's an extremist parody of conservatives beliefs. There is no logical or rational reason for anybody to visit this site besides a chuckle. No conservative I know would visit this website with a serious mindset.
I'm finally able to access Conservapedia. With that opportunity, I will rate this what it deserves. (also, this website is one massive Poe's Law)
Just because a Web site promotes strange, unpopular, or unconventional views regarding science and history does not mean it should be labelled as "questionable" or "unsafe for children". Let people on the Internet shoot their mouth off so long as they aren't harming anyone. I do find their means of securing the site strange (blacklisting of IPs by nation, etc), but if you can access the site, Conservapedia is not in any way a "threat".
This is a wiki site which contains articles written from the standpoint of the American religious right. It includes uncritical references to pseudoscience (e.g. creationism, denial of general relativity, reparative therapy, and some others), political propaganda and bigotry against homosexuals and liberals. Not recommended for anything other than a few laughs.
While it does not contain sexually explicit images, the overtly political viewpoint presented on the site may not be suitable for all children.