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Paul-Henri Thiry was an early advocate of atheism in Europe.

According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Thiry "used his great wealth to throw the dinner parties for which he is famous."[1]

For more information, please see: Atheism and obesity

The Conservapedia atheism article has been well-received by theists, major Christian YouTube channels and has received other favorable reviews (see: Public commentary on Conservapedia's atheism article). The Freedom From Atheism Foundation has featured Conservapedia atheism content on their Facebook page which receives a considerable amount of social media traffic.

Conservapedia has one the largest collection of articles on atheism on the internet. Its main atheism article and its collection of atheism articles (mainly created using the User: Conservative account) have both received a considerable amount of web traffic. See: Conservapedia atheism article statistics

Conservapedia has over 1,900+ atheism articles, essays and humor/satire pieces.

The Conservapedia atheism article is currently receiving about 11,110 page views a month (see figures below which tracks the period from January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021). And it is one of the 1,900+ atheism related articles at Conservapedia.

Key point: From 2006-2016, negative views about atheists in the United States sharpened (see: Views on atheists).[2] Conservapedia launched on November 21, 2006.

Attention atheist nerds:

1. Conservapedia is a 1,900+ atheism related article death star on the internet that continues to vaporize the various planets of internet atheism. For example, please see: July 2, 2011: The day the atheism movement died on the information superhighway and Conservapedia vs. the New Atheist Richard Dawkins

But unlike Star Wars' death star, Conservapedia's atheism/evolution articles have no vulnerabilities. I challenge you to find a single error in Conservapedia's atheism and evolution articles.

2. Conservapedia is a doomsday machine for internet atheism. But unlike Star Trek's planet killing Doomsday Machine, it is unstoppable.

  • Commodore Decker: Don't you think I know that? There was, but not anymore. Atheist activists called me. They begged me for help, so many thousands of them. I couldn't. I couldn't. Conservapedia helped kill the atheist movement. (breaks down in tears)

For more information, please see: Conservapedia helped kill the atheist movement

Contents

Page view count of Conservapedia's atheism article from January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021

January 12, 2021 at 6:40am

Atheism 6,816,872

March 24, 2021

Atheism 6,823,009

April 12, 2021 at 12:49pm

Atheism 6,827,311

May 5, 2021

Atheism 6,834,136

December 12, 2021 at 10:20am

Atheism 6,917,254

December 20, 2021 at 8:47pm EST

Atheims 6,921,008

Total page views to Conservapedia's atheism article from January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021 was 124,864 page views.

Per day page views of Conservapedia's atheism article in 2021 from January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021

There are 342 days between January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021.

As noted above, the total page views to Conservapedia's atheism article from January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021 was 124,864 page views.

So on average Conservapedia's atheism article received 365 page views a day from January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021.

Per month page views of Conservapedia's atheism article in 2021 from January 12, 2021 to December 20, 2021

A calendar month may contain 28 to 31 calendar days; the average is 30.437.

So on average, Conservapedia's atheism article is receiving 11,109.505 page views a month in 2021.

Page view count of Conservapedia's atheism article from January 4, 2011 to December 20, 2021

January 4, 2011

Atheism ‎5,015,658 page views

December 20, 2021 at 8:47pm EST

Atheims 6,921,008

The total page views to Conservapedia's atheism article from January 4, 2011 to December 20, 2021 was 1,905,350 page views.

Average daily page view count of Conservapedia's atheism article from January 4, 2011 to December 20, 2021

There are 4,003 days between January 4, 2011 to December 20, 2021.

As noted above, the total page views to Conservapedia's atheism article from January 4, 2011 to December 20, 2021 was 1,905,350 page views.

So on average Conservapedia's atheism article received about 476 page views a day from January 4, 2011 to December 20, 2021.

How many page views does the average Conservapedia atheism article receive per day?

See also: Page views of the average Conservapedia atheism article

Question: How many page views does the average Conservapedia atheism article receive a day?

Conservapedia's Causes of atheism article was created on December 16, 2007 and it has 181,630 page views as of December 20, 2021. There are 5,118 days between and December 20, 2021. So that means it receives about 35 page views a day.

Conservapedia's article List of atheist shooters and serial killers was created on October 7, 2017 and it has 57,046 page views as of December 20, 2021. There are 1,535 days between October 7, 2017 and December 20, 2021. So that means it receives about 37 page views a day.

Conservapedia's Atheism and mass murder article was created on January 18, 2008 and it has 400,145 page views as of December 20, 2021. There are 5,085 days between and December 20, 2021. So that means it receives about 79 page views a day.

Conservapedia's Atheists and physical attractiveness was created January 6, 2018 on and it currently has 64,152 page views. There are 1,444 days between January 6, 2018 and December 20, 2021. So that means the article receives about 44 page views a day.

Conservapedia's Atheism and culture article was created on April 23, 2016 and it currently has 30,243 page views. There are 2,067 days between April 23, 2016 and December 20, 2021. So that means the article receives about 14 page views a day.

Conservapedia's Atheism and sloth article was created on December 15, 2015 and it currently has 35,455 page views. There are 2,197 days between December 15, 2015 and December 20, 2021. So that means the article receives about 16 page views a day.

Additional Conservapedia atheism/agnosticism/evolution article page view statistics. Snapshots taken in time.

December 21, 2021

The perverse and cruel atheist Marquis de Sade in prison, 18th century line engraving.

For more information, please see: Atheism and morality
In 2012, a Georgetown University study was published indicating that only about 30 percent of those who grow up in an atheist household in the United States remain atheists as adults.[4]

For more information, please see: Atheism statistics

January 31, 2020 at 10:47pm

The prestigious Mayo Clinic found that that religious involvement and spirituality are associated with better physical health, mental health, health-related quality of life and other health outcomes.[5]

For more information, please see: Atheism and health

December 6, 2019

June 11, 2017

Atheists have higher suicide rates than theists. See: Atheism and suicide

For more information, please see: Atheism and loneliness

2015 atheism article statistics

January 6, 2015 at 11:06am

machismo
If the New Atheist Richard Dawkins finally agreed to debate Dr. William Lane Craig and a scientist at Creation Ministries International instead of making pitiful excuses, would Hispanic ladies finally believe Señor Dawkins has machismo?[6] Olé! Olé! Olé!

See also: Essay:Comedy and satires concerning atheism and evolution

January 21, 2015 at 11:33pm

An angry atheist speaking to a woman with a Bible in her hand.

The Christian philosopher James S. Spiegel says the path from Christianity to atheism among several of his friends involved moral slippage such as resentment or unforgiveness.[7] See: Atheism and unforgiveness

For more information, please see: Atheism and anger

February 25, 2015

April 6, 2014

December 20, 2014

Brain researchers have conducted a number of studies focusing on the differences between atheists and the religious. See: Atheism and the brain

For more information, please see: Atheism and intelligence

September 12, 2013

Google cache page view counts

You tried to strike me down atheist fatsos, but I have become more powerful than you can possibly imagine!

See also: Atheism and obesity

Trent Toulouse (one of the founders of the website RationalWiki)

Trent Toulouse is one of the founders of the atheist/agnostic/skeptic website RationalWiki.[8] He is also one of the board of trustees of the RationalMedia Foundation.[9]

A picture of an obese Trent Toulouse can be found HERE.

The RationalWiki website has a significant amount of content criticizing alternative medicine.[10] Its alternative medicine article describes alternative medicine thusly: "Alternative medicine is any medical treatment that is not part of conventional evidence-based medicine, such as one would learn in medical school, nursing school or even paramedic training."[11] Evidence-based medicine strongly indicates that obesity poses significant health risks.

RationalWikians have been critics of Conservapedia, but User: Conservative (The User: Conservative account has created many atheism articles at Conservapedia) never took them seriously. And still doesn't - especially since it has a declining global market share! See: Why I deleted an article related to a secular leftist wiki and RationalWiki and web traffic and RationalWiki and Alexa rankings

The Apostle Paul wrote: "Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may win. Everyone who competes in the games exercises self-control in all things. They then do it to receive a perishable wreath, but we an imperishable. Therefore I run in such a way, as not without aim; I box in such a way, as not beating the air; but I discipline my body and make it my slave, so that, after I have preached to others, I myself will not be disqualified." - 1 Corinthians 9:24-27

RationalWikians, while the portly Trent Toulouse and his fellow RationalWikians waddle from one defeat to another defeat (See: RationalWiki and web traffic), my fellow Christians and I will continue to sprint from one glorious victory to another glorious victory on the information superhighway! See: Internet evangelism: Christians vs. atheists

Now I realize that denialism can be a strong force in people. But I would suggest that Rationalikians get out of their secular, leftist bubble and realize that I have moved on in relation to their wiki.

Penn Jillette

See also: Conservapedia's reply to atheist Penn Jillette

A National Public Radio reviewer of one of atheist Penn Jillette's books found the book "showy and assaultive" in terms of its use of profanity.[12] See: Atheism and profanity

Penn Jillette (born 1955) is an American illusionist, comedian, juggler, musician and writer. Penn Jillette is a weak atheist which is a form of agnostic.[13][14] See: Attempts to dilute the definition of atheism

A picture of an overweight Penn Jillette can be found HERE and HERE and HERE.

In 2015, Penn Jillette lost about 105 pounds in 4 months and is now at a healthy weight.[15] According to USA Today, Jillette "decided to do something in December, when his doctor, who had him on six different blood pressure medications, told him that if he lost enough weight he would likely not need any meds."[16]

Penn Jillette has been critical of Conservapedia. See: Conservapedia's reply to atheist Penn Jillette

Penn Jillete comedy and satire

Atheist roly-polies, I have become more powerful than you could possibly imagine

Conservapedia helped cause the historic day of July 12, 2011, which is the day that atheism died on the information superhighway. See: July 2, 2011: The day the atheism movement died on the information superhighway

And Conservapedia is merely one website on the internet that an editor of the User: Conservative account has assisted. Deny the world wide web has a lot of websites and lose all credibility! Why in the world would one of the editors of the User: Conservative account limit himself to one website?

You tried to strike me down short, militant atheists, but I still tower over you godless Lilliputians!

See also: Militant atheism and short man's syndrome

You tried to strike me down short, militant atheists, but I still tower over you Lilliputians! See also: Militant atheism and short man's syndrome

Is militant atheism positively correlated with shortness? Is short man's syndrome a causal factor for militant atheism? How tall is the New Atheist leader PZ Myers? He doesn't look too tall here!

The atheist PZ Myers was an early critic of Conservapedia.

For more information, please see: Militant atheism and short man's syndrome

You tried to strike me down UK atheists, but as a God-fearing child of the Almighty I am still far greater than your all godless countrymen whose country has greatly declined since WWII. I laugh at your pothole filled country that is the fountainhead of Darwinism. Britain has been called the "fat man of Europe"

See also: British atheism

A Eurobarometer poll in 2010 reported that 37% of UK citizens "believed there is a God", 33% believe there is "some sort of spirit or life force" and 25% answered "I don't believe there is any sort of spirit, God or life force".[17]

In 2014, The Telegraph reported: "The British are among the most sceptical in the world about religion, a global study has found. Just over a third of people in the UK believe religion has a positive role to play in our daily lives, compared to a global average of 59 per cent."[18]

Decline of the UK

I like a lot of things about British society. But there is no denying that the UK has been on a downward slide post-WWII. U.K. hit with biggest economic decline in more than 300 years, CBS News. And that is being reported in a country with a well-known and longstanding friendship to the UK. And if Scotland leaves the UK, the situation could even become worse for the UK. Prove me wrong about your lack of objectivity British atheists and say the UK is a former superpower whose glory was in the past.

You think because your country is a nuclear power with the biggest navy in Europe that your a big man on the European campus. You aren't! Nuclear weapons and military power in general are merely one metric of a countries power. The former Soviet Union, which had state atheism, had nuclear missiles and lots of tanks, etc., but it collapsed. Didn't it?

United Kingdom's road repair crisis

See also: United Kingdom's road repair crisis

In 2013, the breakdown service Britannia Rescue reported that potholes now “take up a total area of 295 square miles (764 square km) in Britain – more than twice the size of the Isle of Wight”.[19]

The United Kingdom's pothole epidemic could cost £9bn and a decade to solve.[20] In December 2018, it was reported that potholes recently increased by third to half a million in UK and there may be as many as 674,000 potholes in the UK.[21]

A 2016 UK Automobile Association study found that 32% of UK drivers have experienced vehicle damage caused by potholes in the last two years.[22]

In 2018, UK roads ranked were ranked 27th in the world which was a ranking below Chile and Cyprus.[23]

The Week reported: "The AA’s insurance chief, Janet Connor, has described Britain’s broken roads as “nothing short of a national disgrace.”[24]

Britain has been called the "fat man of Europe"

Professor Terence Stephenson in Measuring Up, a report on the nation's obesity crisis by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) called Britain "the fat man of Europe".[25][26][27]

Conservapedia vs. the British New Atheist Richard Dawkins

See also: Richard Dawkins and women

Rebecca Watson is the atheist feminist who fought with Richard Dawkins during the Elevatorgate scandal.

Prior to the Elevatorgate scandal, which was a scandal involving the New Atheist Richard Dawkins vs. feminists, Monica Shores' Ms. Magazine article titled Will “New Atheism” Make Room For Women? criticized the News Atheism movement for being sexist.[28] She also cited Conservapedia in her article and indicated: "The lack of lady presence is so visible that Conservapedia commented on it by noting that Dawkins’ website overwhelmingly attracts male visitors."[28]

In addition, prior to Elevatorgate, Conservapedia created the Richard Dawkins and women and Atheism and women articles.

Conservapedia helped put Richard Dawkins on the feminist radar!

Post Elevatorgate controversy, the new atheist Richard Dawkins has seen a significant loss of public influence (see: Richard Dawkins' loss of influence).

Initial loss of web traffic to Richard Dawkins's website post Elevatorgate

According to the web traffic tracking company Quantcast, the web traffic of Richard Dawkins' website fell in 2012.[29] By October 2014, the web traffic for his website fell to a lower level according to Quantcast.[30]

In October of 2012, Rebecca Watson published a story about Elevatorgate and its aftermath in Slate entitled, It Stands to Reason, Skeptics Can Be Sexist Too: I spoke out about sexual harassment among atheists and scientists. Then came the rape threats.[31]

The web traffic was measured via Quantcast which directly measured Dawkins' website traffic via embedded code on his website.[32]

Web traffic of Richard Dawkins' website has seen a dramatic drop

The above graph shows the monthly website traffic to Richard Dawkins' website as of June 22, 2015 in terms of unique monthly web visitors.[33] As you can see above, in 2012, Richard Dawkins saw a very large decrease in web traffic.

The website traffic is measured via Quantcast which directly measures Dawkins' website traffic via embedded code on his website.[32]

Alexa ranking of Richard Dawkins' website

See also: Alexa rankings of Richard Dawkins' website

According to Alexa, Richard Dawkins website lost a large amount of its global market share during to period between 2010 and the beginning portion of 2012.
In 2016, Richard Dawkins' website lost a considerable amount of global market share according to the web traffic tracking company Alexa.
In 2015, Richard Dawkins' website fell in terms of its Alexa ranking.
In the latter half of 2016, Richard Dawkins' website saw a significant decline in its Alexa ranking.
In 2016 and the in the beginning portion of 2017, the global internet market share of of Richard Dawkins' website has been falling according to the web traffic tracking company Alexa.
In March of 2017, according to Alexa, Richard Dawkins' website was experiencing a steep decline in terms of its global market share.
In April of 2017, according to Alexa, Richard Dawkins' website continued to experience a steep decline in terms of its global market share.
In June of 2017, Richard Dawkins' website continued its trend of a declining Alexa ranking. As of June 23, 2017, Richard Dawkins' website was the 138,009th most popular website in the world according to Alexa.
On September 4, 2017, according to Alexa, Richard Dawkins' website was the 133,104th most popular website in the world.
On November 27, 2017, Richard Dawkins' website was the 158,206th most popular website in the world.

His website was losing global market share in the latter quarter of 2017.
On November 9, 2018, Richard Dawkins' website was the 190,708th most popular website in the world according to Alexa.

Compared to 2017, Richard Dawkins' website lost global market share according to Alexa.
On November 1, 2020, Richard Dawkins' website was the 194,776th most popular website in the world according to Alexa.

On November 1, 2020, the daily time on his website for an average web visitor to his website was 1 minute and 36 seconds according to Alexa.

2021 Alexa rankings of Richard Dawkins' website

On November 26, 2021, Richard Dawkins' website was the 428,287th most popular website in the world according to Alexa.

A British atheist on Conservapedia's atheism articles

See also: A British atheist on Conservapedia's atheism articles

The British atheist EJamesW on Conservapedia's atheism related articles: "...they're very detailed, thorough and have lots of quotes and citations."[34]

Below are two quotes of the British atheist User: EJamesW who was an editor at Conservapedia:

1. The British atheist EJamesW on Conservapedia's atheism related articles: "...they're very detailed, thorough and have lots of quotes and citations."[35]

2. An exchange betwwen the British atheist EJamesW and an evangelical Christian who helped create Conservapedia's articles on atheism:

A Christian editor using the User: Conservative account: "Have you ever once shown that an iota of the material posted on atheism by the User: Conservative account is an error?"

EJamesW: "No."[36]

Conservapedia's effect on American atheists?

See also: American atheism

"I've slowly started to understand why American atheists look so frustrated and angry all the time from a European point of view...". - YouTuber Elod Marton commenting on Conservapedia in December of 2018

For additional information, please see: European desecularization in the 21st century

Essay: July 2, 2011: The day the atheism movement died on the information superhighway

See also: July 2, 2011: The day the atheism movement died on the information superhighway

July 2, 2011 is the day that the atheist movement died on the information superhighway.

Militant atheists gave mouth the mouth resuscitation to the dead carcass of the atheist movement, but it was to no avail.

Christianity has the glorious resurrection of Jesus Christ. Atheists merely have the dead atheist movement.

Numerous atheists have declared that the "atheist movement is dead" or that it is dying.[37] In 2019, a writer at Freethought Blogs wrote: "Last month I looked at some postmortems of the atheist movement...".[38] See also: Morale of the atheist movement

The new atheist Richard Dawkins is still widely criticized for igniting deep fractures in the atheist movement through his Elevatorgate scandal (see: Decline of the atheist movement and Atheist factions).

For example, on November 26, 2013, the atheist activist and blogger Jen McCreight posted at Twitter the message: "Did anyone on Dawkins AMA ask how he feels about singlehandedly destroying the atheist movement with the Dear Muslima yet?"[39] In December of 2013, atheist Jack Vance at Atheist Revolution called July 2, 2011, which is the day that Elevatorgate occurred, "The day the atheist movement died."[40]

On July 24, 2020, the atheist PZ Myers wrote about atheism: "Deep rifts, ongoing fragmentation, and crumbling reputations seems to be the order of the day in atheism."[41] See also: Atheist organizations and scandals and Atheist scandals

Yes, my atheist friends, July 2, 2011 is the day that the atheist movement died on the information superhighway. I did not come to honor the atheism movement in this essay, but to bury it. Those whose movement's come alive by the information superhighway, die by the information superhighway.

The article Internet atheism: The thrill is gone! points out that internet atheism has been in a significant slump since 2011.

Atheism and agnosticism terms: Google trends USA data from 2004 to January 2020

See also: Internet atheism and Google trends - Atheism and agnosticism terms

According to Google trends, in the United States, the Google searches for the term atheist, atheism, agnostic and agnosticism was lower in January 2020 than it was in January 2004.

The website Absolute Write on Conservapedia's atheism article

See also: Public commentary on Conservapedia's atheism article

According to the website Absolute Write, "Absolute Write is a comprehensive informational Website and community for writers of all levels."[42]

A 2007 public commentary on Conservapedia's atheism article taken from a forum thread on the website Absolutewrite.com (the first four posts on the thread):

1. First person: "Offhand I didn't see anything incorrect with this, and am surprised at how accurate it is:

http://www.conservapedia.com/Atheism".[43]

2. Second person: "Sounds reasonable."[43]

3. Third Person: "I'd have to agree -- nothing really pops out at me either, at least on the Atheism page.[43]

4. Fourth person: "Wow, that was amazingly accurate and very fair."[43]

Full stream ahead with the Conservapedia Atheism Project! All aboard!

See also: Conservapedia:Atheism Project

Conservapedia has initiated a campaign to expand its number of articles relating to atheism. It is called the Conservapedia Atheism Project.

Editors are encouraged to create articles. The objective is to provide the public with a greater understanding of the topic of atheism in terms of its history, ideology, promulgation, and its effects on society.

Conservapedia also encourages individuals to spread awareness about the Conservapedia Atheism Project, as we are seeking to expand our editor base and greatly expand our readership among the general public concerning the general subject area of atheism.

The Conservapedia Atheism Project and related events spurred the creation/expansion of these articles: Definition of atheism, Atheism 3.0, Soviet atheism and Atheism symbols.

For more information, please see: Conservapedia Atheism Project

User: Conservative's essays

Humor:

References

  1. Paul-Henri Thiry - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  2. Study: Atheists remain the most disliked religious minority in the U.S.
  3. http://www.christianpost.com/news/study-atheists-have-lowest-retention-rate-compared-to-religious-groups-78029/ Study: Atheists Have Lowest 'Retention Rate' Compared to Religious Groups
  4. Mueller, Dr. Paul S. et al. (December 2001). "Religious involvement, spirituality, and medicine: implications for clinical practice". Mayo Clinic Proceedings vol. 76:12, pp. 1225-1235. Retrieved from Mayo Clinic Proceedings website on July 20, 2014.
  5. Christian Philosopher Explores Causes of Atheism
  6. : A Troll’s Pseudoscience Project?
  7. RationalMedia Foundation - List of Board Members
  8. RationalWiki articles on alternative medicine
  9. Alternative medicine - RationalWiki
  10. National Public Radio [NPR) review of the book God, No! Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales by Penn Jillette
  11. Penn Jillette - National Public Radio
  12. The Course of Reason: I Expose Penn Jillette’s Logic Trick, Center for Inquiry
  13. Penn Jillette sheds 105 pounds, USA Today, 2015
  14. Penn Jillette sheds 105 pounds, USA Today, 2015
  15. Special Eurobarometer, biotechnology, p. 204". Fieldwork: Jan-Feb 2010.
  16. UK among most sceptical in world about religion, The Telegraph, 2014
  17. POTHOLE PANDEMIC COSTING BRITISH TAXPAYER £MILLIONS, WheelWright
  18. Pothole HELL: UK motorists let down as pothole crisis could cost £9bn & a DECADE to solve, Express, 2018
  19. Potholes increase by third to half a million in UK piling on motoring misery, Mirror, 2018
  20. How big is the pothole problem?
  21. UK roads ranked worse than Chile and Cyprus in global survey, Motors.co.uk
  22. Britain’s broken roads cost drivers £1m a month, The Week, 2018
  23. Britain: 'the fat man of Europe'
  24. crisis risks making Britain 'fat man of Europe', warns report, The Telegraph, 18 Feb 2013
  25. [ https://web.archive.org/web/20140321165709/http://www.aomrc.org.uk/general-news/doctors-unite-to-deliver-prescription-for-uk-obesity-epidemic.html Measuring up: Doctors Unite to deliver 'prescription' for UK Obesity epidemic], Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
  26. 28.0 28.1 Will “New Atheism” Make Room For Women by Monica Shores, Ms. Magazine, 2010
  27. 2012 has been a very BAD year for Richard Dawkins's website according to Quantcast
  28. Richard Dawkins' loss of influence
  29. It Stands to Reason, Skeptics Can Be Sexist Too: I spoke out about sexual harassment among atheists and scientists. Then came the rape threats by Rebecca Watson, Slate, October 2012
  30. 32.0 32.1 Quantcast - Quantcast Measure
  31. Web traffic of Richard Dawkins' main website
  32. User: EJamesW talk page
  33. User: EJamesW talk page
  34. User: EJamesW talk page
  35. The ghost of atheist past, Freethought Blogs
  36. Jennifer McCreight on Twitter about the Elevatorgate scandal destroying the atheist movement, Jen McCreight, Twitter
  37. The Day the Atheist Movement Died by Jack Vance at Atheist Revolution
  38. I don’t even know what’s going on in atheism anymore by PZ Myers
  39. About Absolute Write
  40. 43.0 43.1 43.2 43.3 Thread: Conservapedia article on Atheism