Talk:Essay: Darwin fish meet the Question evolution! campaign

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This animation is really really bad. Can't you find a better one? MaxFletcher 15:13, 30 November 2011 (EST)

Don't worry, it appears given the expanding volunteer base of a certain group, soon there will be animations/essays using piranha or schools of sharks. :) Conservative 15:23, 30 November 2011 (EST)
OK, but in the meantime this animation is terrible. It looks bad and moves even worse. Not a good image. MaxFletcher 15:29, 30 November 2011 (EST)
Why don't you ask Shockofgod if he likes it. :) Conservative 15:32, 30 November 2011 (EST)
is it physically painful for you to respond like a normal human being? The animation is embarrassing and very amateur which makes your campaign look the same. Do you know anything about marketing? MaxFletcher 15:34, 30 November 2011 (EST)
Max, the evolutionist goal is poorly defended in the biology class stadiums and this is yet another case where biblical Christians are going to slam goal after goal in the atheist/naturalism net. It is going to be glorious! Conservative 15:44, 30 November 2011 (EST)
That's great. Now about this animation - it looks terribly amateur, is there another one you could use that looks more professional? MaxFletcher 15:50, 30 November 2011 (EST)

In 2011, the results of a study was published indicating that most United States high school biology teachers are reluctant to endorse the theory of evolution in class. Just imagine how timid teachers will be when students are armed with the 15 questions plus any follow up questions that are developed!

"To be certain to take what you attack, attack where the enemy cannot defend." - Sun Tzu Conservative 15:57, 30 November 2011 (EST)

So this is the best animation you have? You know, if this campaign is to work you need to have a certain amount of polish to it. It needs to be professional, slick and credible. The animation is none of this and, actually, looks stupid. So what image to you want to portray - one of professionalism or one that is amateur? MaxFletcher 16:00, 30 November 2011 (EST)
Max, if it is such a pressing concern for you, develop a better animation and I may consider using it. I am moving on. Conservative 16:03, 30 November 2011 (EST)
@ Conservative: The present animation is indeed not that well made. I don't know it is just my browser, but the animation gives a recurring black screen for me. I actually don't care that much but since this article is featured on MPL there will be a lot of people coming to this article and might be disappointed and/or confused by the animation. Maybe you could use an animation from THIS site? À Dieu--VPropp 10:24, 5 December 2011 (EST)
It's not your browser; I'm getting exactly the same effect. I agree that he should change it, because right now it looks sloppy. One of the animations you suggested would do fine. --ClearView2011 13:46, 5 December 2011 (EST)

The Question Evolution! Campaign is a shark mindlessly chasing its own tail? DGalore

You obviously did not understand it. The shark is Darwin fish, not question evolution campaign.--AlejandroH 23:35, 5 December 2011 (EST)
No, the essay clearly refers to QE! as the clumsy shark metaphor. DGalore
I think "Darwin fish" refers to Ichthyostega, an early tetrapod which frequented weedy swamps, an environment where a shark would be completely unable to survive. In fact, one of the huge benefits of evolution is the avoidance of archaic, ill adapted predators by adopting new habitats. A shark would just beach itself, since it is so ill prepared to actually try to prey upon Ichthyostega, it would just helplessly flounder about in the shallows, dying a slow, agonizing death. It's actually a rather pathetic image. FRodgers 17:57, 6 December 2011 (EST)

Attention atheists, prepare to have your pseudoscience ripped to shreds and devoured

The 15 razor sharp teeth of the Question evolution! campaign, are going to publicly rip your evolutionary pseudoscience to shreds. Evolutionists have a long track record of getting devoured in open water conditions. See: Creation scientists tend to win the creation vs. evolution debates.

Attention atheists, prepare to have your pseudoscience ripped to shreds and devoured.

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