If you need anything, please feel free to ask! Regarding your efforts on Ropen, you might want to try using
<ref>Reference text here</ref> to add the citation. Thanks! --David B (TALK) 20:32, 2 May 2017 (EDT)
Hello Snoopy2, thank you for your contributions to CP -- I enjoy seeing your edits. While this may be a relatively small issue, please use proper punctuation when editing, such as by putting periods at the end of sentences. I have corrected many of your more recent edits. Thanks! --1990'sguy (talk) 15:20, 25 July 2017 (EDT)
Mokele-Mbembe : mystery beast of the Congo Basin by William J Gibbons. Publisher: Landisville, Pa. : Coachwhip Publications, ©2010.
Misuse and ambiguity of the word "evolution" harms understanding and honest debate. Often a definition of "change over time" is given for this term (that I and nearly every person accept). Then, in a slippery, unacknowledged bait and switch acceptance of change over time becomes belief that "the Cosmos is all there is and of that we are certain." In today's world "evolution" is an ambiguous term with each of these definitions considered valid (and therefore as imprecise a term as you could get). The suggested remedy is to use only "Darwinism" when discussing Naturalism or its stepchild Methodological Naturalism. Comments? -- unsigned comment by Snoopy2
- Your argument makes sense. I would add to that the fact that there is a difference between macroevolution and microevolution. There is empirical evidence that microevolution takes place--this is obvious. Everything is designed to adapt to its environment, but this is within the confines of its species. (i.e. Darwin's finches adapt their beak lengths, but they never loose their beaks.) I dislike the usage of the term "evolution" in reference to Darwinism because it lumps both real and fake evolution together in an attempt to make the fake more credible. Starting a war over verbiage (i.e. "you mean macroevolution not evolution, right?") is not going to help the ignorant, so using a term like Darwinism or at the very least evolutionism is probably the best option. --David B (TALK) 14:36, 12 October 2017 (EDT)
Theistic Evolution advocates answer a Conservapedia dissenter
watch:  I pray this becomes only a joke (and have done so for 12 years).
Snoopy2 indefinite suspension from Conservapedia
see Just watched "God's Not Dead 2" again and feel Yucky. All of southern MN appears to feel Yucky. My eviction is on January 31 and no place to go. Any practical suggestions are welcome.