Platypus and China
I think your contributions to the platypus article are being deleted because they are unsourced. I think, in all fairness, if you can provide sources of the same calibre as those in the kangaroo article, further revertions of your edits should be considered unjustified. Check out the sources at kangaroo, I'm sure they'll prove usefull for substantiating your edits about the platypus.
As for China, I am unfortunately unaware of what disappeared in the merger. The lack of article content can't really be blamed on anyone. It takes time for content to be added. On the other hand if good content has been deleted that's another matter. As to Conservapedia being a joke. People will have to decide that for themselves. I hope my list of pages which I think represent the Conservative ethos of Conservapedia will show that not to be the case. Have a look.
WhatIsG0ing0n 08:06, 15 April 2007 (EDT)
- As for the China article, I didn't really cut anything out, I just was merging. As for the size...well, I didn't really add anything, It isn't really an interest of mine.--Elamdri 08:15, 15 April 2007 (EDT)
We expect users who make entries in article talk pages to also assist us in our project by making beneficial edits to actual articles. Your participation in this area is appreciated. Learn together 03:29, 1 November 2008 (EDT)
I read your Userpage. It made some good points, but I think you made a glaring error. The Wikipedia sourcing rules if I am not mistaken favor the "academic consensus" and likely the reports of major news outlets which I believe can be shown to have a liberal bent. Therefore, if Conservapedia grows and grows into the future which you seem to imply, it may not grow like you envision due to the sourcing rules. Also, the main page is likely to remain conservative in character (breaking news, etc.) and this will likely have an effect on the rest of the wiki. conservative 00:39, 17 November 2008 (EST)
I also believe that Conservapedia will never become like Wikipedia, but for different reasons. Sysops here rarely allow viewpoints or evidence that is counter to their opinion on a given subject. Hence, the articles will not change as long as those sysops concerned with those subjects are present. -- JArneal 15:01, 30 January 2009 (EST)
Please, try to keep discussion about ways to improve the article. Thanks. HenryS 20:04, 17 November 2008 (EST)