Conservapedia insights

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This is a growing list of Conservapedia insights, which includes items recognized or emphasized here well before recognition by an official agency, by liberals, or by the general public:

  1. The Gospel of Mark was written by an eyewitness outsider critical of the Apostles and excluded by them, and is Trumpian in its boldness and irreverence similar to conservative populism.
  2. Hall-of-Famer Roberto Clemente may have been an angel, with several curious facts pointing in that direction. See Was Clemente an angel?
  3. Conservapedia pointed out that the great American novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne felt that his family was cursed by its role in the Salem Witch Trials, where his direct ancestor was a leading judge who never recanted his role. When Hawthorne was 4 years old, his father died at sea.
  4. Conservapedia explained that the Theory of Relativity's total predicted precession of Mercury's perihelion is 575.31, while this observed data disproves the prediction: 574.10±0.65. [2]
  5. Conservapedia was the first to boldly declare that pi contains pi, despite liberal denial of the breadth and power of infinity.
  6. There have been 93 (and growing) controversial predictions by Conservapedia which have proven to be true. See Conservapedia proven right.
  7. Conservapedia observed the likelihood that Jesus said or wrote the Epistle to the Hebrews -- see Mystery:Did Jesus Write the Epistle to the Hebrews? In addition, it is likely the sermon delivered by Jesus on the Road to Emmaus.
  8. Conservapedia promptly pointed out that Fidel Castro almost certainly died in 2006 (not 2016), as later proven by how Obama visited Cuba without seeing or even mentioning him.
  9. Conservapedia observed that "Son of Man" is a liberal mistranslation to downplay the divinity of Jesus, and that a stronger, more precise translation would be "The Son as Man" or "The Son, a Man."
  10. Conservapedia was the first to observe that the number of new conservative terms doubles by century. This ensures that the future is always increasingly conservative, despite liberal bias. See also Conservapedia Law, which states that the number of conservative insights increases over time at a geometric rate.
  11. Conservapedia has long observed the implausibility of, and inconsistency in, Barack Obama's claims to have converted to Christianity. On September 7, 2008, Obama referred to his "Muslim faith" in a nationally televised interview.[3][4]
  12. Conservapedia observed that the surprise counteroffensive by the Nazis in the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, which caught the Allies off guard despite having cracked the German military codes used by its Enigma, probably resulted from Germany sending misleading messages after realizing that the Allies had cracked its Enigma.
  13. Conservapedia developed and sent a Letter to PNAS that identified five (5) specific flaws to a paper it published by Richard Lenski and others. The Lenski paper had been in peer review for no more than a mere 14 days prior to its publication by PNAS. More than a month after the flaws was publicly posted on Conservapedia, there was still no adequate explanation of the flaws, or corrections made. The Letter to PNAS was officially accepted by PNAS's electronic submission system in a form substantially similar to its presentation here.
  14. Conservapedia has long observed that girls are injured in sports at much higher rates than boys, and how liberals denial or downplay it.[1] Finally, on May 11, 2008, the New York Times recognized this fact by finally admitting that a girl's soccer team "with 18 players, had suffered eight A.C.L. tears — eight — during her high-school years. ... The rate of concussions sustained by high school girls who play soccer is 1.5 times the rate for boys who play soccer."[2]
  15. On Jan. 27, 2008, Conservapedia criticized Harvard's decision to have J.K. Rowling as its commencement speaker shortly after she catered to the homosexual agenda.[3] Over three months later and as the commencement day approached, the Harvard newspaper (the "Crimson") published a similar criticism: "A petty pop culture personality of questionable permanence will send us on our merry way, while figures of real substance wait in the wings."[4] "Our commencement speaker tricked parents into letting their kids read books filled with sex, murder, and homosexual role models."[4]
  16. Conservapedia first recognized the liberal push for an Affirmative Action President. On Feb. 4, 2008, ten days after this entry appeared here, Michael Savage commented that, if elected, Barack Obama will be the first Affirmative Action President, as he has such a small amount of political (or military) experience.[5] On March 10, 2008, an article is posted on myMaineToday.com entitled, "Are We Ready For An Affirmative Action President?"[6] On March 11, 2008, John Harwood published an article on CNBC's website entitled, "Obama: Affirmative Action Candidate?!"[7] On March 12, 2008, Joseph Farah, founder of Worldnetdaily.com, published a column entitled, "The affirmative-action president."[8]
  17. Conservapedia first recognized the remarkably high correlation between Hollywood figures and plight of breast cancer at a young age, which suggests that their lifestyle plays a role in increasing the likelihood of that tragic disease.[9]
  18. Conservapedia has noted that the theory of relativity cannot possibly be true, and has exposed that the theory is highly advocated by liberals who use it to promote moral relativism. In particular, Conservapedia has noted several passages from the Bible that are at odds with relativity, like John 4:46-54.
  19. Conservapedia observed that there are an infinite number of angels, as made clear by the true meaning of an often-mistranslated verse in the Bible (Hebrew 12:22).
  20. Conservapedia has discovered new instances of Biblical scientific foreknowledge. Not all the entries are Conservapedia originals, but some of them are. Examples include several cases of quantum mechanical knowledge in the Bible: the transformation of water into wine by Jesus may imply that the drink was in a superposition of water state and wine state, and the fact that Jesus appeared before his Apostles in a completely closed room in John 20:26 may be foreshadowing quantum tunneling.
  21. Conservapedia has noted that the English language has been progressively secularized by liberals, homosexuals, atheists, evolutiionists and leftists, in an attempt to remove the Christian origins of our language. This secularization is actively supported by the lamestream media.
  22. The more liberals/leftists bellyache about a conservative article, the better it is. The dog that yelps the loudest is the one that got hit by a stone (Similarly, the cat that yelps the loudest is the one that got hit by a shoe). Likewise, when bomber planes are directly over a target that is when they get the most flack.

References

  1. See, e.g., point #6 in liberal denial, under "more generally."
  2. https://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/11/magazine/11Girls-t.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all&oref=slogin
  3. See Our Archives
  4. 4.0 4.1 http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/JK-Rowling-to-speak-at.4049866.jp
  5. For example, popular radio commentator Michael Savage observed, "We have a woman and a multi-ethnic man running for office on the Democrat side. Is this not akin to a -- an affirmative action election? Isn't that why the libs are hysterical, tripping over themselves to say amen and yes to this affirmative election vote?" Savage added, "America's not ready for an affirmative action presidency." [1]
  6. http://my.mainetoday.com/story.html?ID=2110
  7. https://www.cnbc.com/id/23579121/
  8. https://www.wnd.com/index.php?pageId=58632
  9. Mystery:Young Hollywood Breast Cancer Victims‎.