Just the other week, Conservapædia made their page on PZ Myers their featured article for the week; now they’ve made the Pharyngula blog a target of their cranky ire. Here’s their description:
Myers’ blog is also listed by the science journal Nature, which also embraces evolutionary pseudoscience, as the best blog by a scientist. Pharyngula is known for its sarcastic and often specious criticism of creation science and intelligent design theory, as well as regular postings of photos of cephalopods (often with vulgarly sexual connotations both subtle and blatant).
Isn’t it charming that they lump Nature and a mere blog as similar? I do appreciate that they noticed “subtle and blatant” vulgar sexual connotations about cephalopods — I’m going to have to offend them even more in the future, thanks to their encouragement.
(Remember, we have spam filters in place because Conservapædians tend to go nuttily excessive in their whining; don’t link directly to the site, and always name it as “Conservapædia” to avoid the filters.)