Conservapedia:Quality

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Here is a survey of ten random pages:

5 good articles: 1, 2, 3. 8, 10
2 stubs: 4, 7
1 useless: 5
2 sabotage: 6, 9
This is interesting, but leaves questions unanswered. How does this compare to Wikipedia? What type of sabotage was it? 5 good articles out of 10 is probably better than Wikipedia, in my experience.
See Wikipedia:Quality. My ten-page survey of them turned up ZERO good articles but 5 'fair' ones. --Ed Poor 15:36, 19 April 2007 (EDT)
The analysis below is like the approach taken on Wikipedia: judge an article by how long it is, with more words meaning a better article. That's not our approach here, where we value conciseness as a true encyclopedia and learning resource does.--Aschlafly 13:45, 19 April 2007 (EDT)


Biblical criticism

2000 words Looks encyclopedic

Violin

300 words Main authors: bobtexas, ebdpk, dpbsmith

James Ussher

Was it copied from Wikipedia? (original work) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Ussher

I assure you, it was not. I did not even consult the Wikipedia version, because the last time I had seen it, it contained a section essentially holding Ussher's chronology up to ridicule.--TerryHTalk 15:15, 19 April 2007 (EDT)
Yes, sorry, I already checked it - forget to remove the question. --Ed Poor 15:34, 19 April 2007 (EDT)

Clothes

16 words Items worn on the body meant for the creation of warmth and comfort in various environments.

Privilege for a Private Corporation

130 words legal mumbo-jumbo

Help ma Boab

A euphemism employed by the Transhadrial to avoid blasphemy. (vandalism)

Colony

10 words A nation's settlement in a conquered or previously unsettled territory.


William Remington

440 words RobS (his spy series)

Disarmament treaties

26 words Position favored by Liberals who see it as a way to reduce the possibility of war but opposed by conservatives who feel that it weakens countries.

George Orwell

520 words (180 are quotes)