User:Tomt

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Tomt
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en-UK This user speaks UK English
Warning This user does not care about your religious beliefs, so long as they aren't forced on him.
Bibleopened.jpeg This user believes the bible is just another book
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This user thinks that evolution explains the origin of species.
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This user thinks that the Big Bang explains the origin of the Universe.
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This user believes guns harm more people than they help
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An A level science (biology, chemistry, physics and maths) student from England, UK. I am hoping to study veterinary medicine at the University of Cambridge, starting in October 2007.

I am atheist, but don't hold that against my contributions - I am tolerant of other's views but do not feel that opinions hold a place in a 'trustworthy encyclopedia' so will not express mine in any article and hope that others do not express theirs.

Blocking

As a few people have been aware, I was recently blocked by Geo.plrd for no apparent reason. I owe my thanks to CPAdmin1 for pointing out to Geo.plrd that I was actually correcting the vandalism that led to my blocking. While I do not hold a grudge against Geo.plrd as we all make mistakes and he has made a very sincere apology, I feel that his method of blocking me without leaving any prior warning or even an explanation of the reason I was blocked is unacceptable.

Syspos should not go around blocking contributors without warning and must leave a reason on the user's page once they have been blocked. My trust in the Conservapedia administration has been further dented by this very rude event.

Bias

This website is, unfortunately, becoming more and more biased towards conservative Christianity. This should be stopped as soon as possible as I would not currently use many of the articles in a piece of research due to this bias. --TomT 12:46, 25 March 2007 (EDT)

Please offer specific suggestions. I'm as pro-Christian as they come, but I have 5 years experience with neutral encyclopedia editing. How can I help? --Ed Poor 18:43, 25 March 2007 (EDT)