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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

A quick shot of humour at the expense of Conservapedia

As some of you may recall, I have previously discussed that rancid cesspool of blinkered insanity known as Conservapedia, so I thought it might be interesting to point out this enjoyable post in which the following quotation from the article on Earth's moon is brought to light:
Atheistic theories of the origin of the Moon, widely taught for decades despite lacking the falsifiability requirement of science (see Philosophy of science), have been proven false.
While Joshua Zelinsky discusses that quotation in more detail in his post, I just enjoy marvelling at the beautifully inane lack of logic.

1 comments:

Mona Albano said...

Is it too much to ask them to specify what unfalsifiable theories have been falsified. Hmph.

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