Sometimes good people make honest mistakes. This is not about those
people. This is about the willfully stupid people who actually work
at being ignorant and staying ignorant, and who make it a personal
mission to prevent others from knowing more than they know or doing
more than they would ever dare to consider. It's about those who
scoff at people 300 years ago for believing the Earth was flat, but
are convinced they could never believe a similar absurdity. This is
about those who ridicule and oppose anything they don't already
believe is true, and who will diligently avoid any effort to fairly
evaluate new, especially dramatically new ideas.
It's time to FIGHT THE STUPIDS by boldly moving to the
cutting edge forged by alternative science!
How much of what you think you know is really the truth?
Did you know that Pandas were once considered mythical creatures, much
like bigfoot is today?
Did you know that a woman proved them wrong?
Get the real facts:
Everything You Know Is Wrong
WAR WITH WIKIPEDIA!
A derisive nickname given to "Wikipedia" by those who
are dissatisfied by the errors, hoaxes, and bias that
permeate the online encyclopedia.
I and others have made numerous attempts to correct the
errors and absurdities found in my personal page on
Those attempts at corrections have been dubbed "unreliable" by the Wacky
administrator who makes my page his personal bailiwick. Therefore, I
have no choice but to set the record straight, which I have done by
correcting the article
don't assume it will force any changes in Wacky's policies or
procedures, but at least people will now have the option of learning
truth instead of garbage.
One last thought: When any entity feels the need to boast
that it is free, it very seldom is. We tend to get what we pay for, and
with the Wacky crowd we donít get much for our nothing.
Steven Novella wrote a highly critical article about the Starchild
Skull and about Lloyd Pye for the New England Skeptical Society.
Much of the information in that article was character assassination
based on a clear dislike of Lloyd Pye and his work. The part of the
article that related to the Starchild Skull was based on less than
one year's research, when relatively little of lasting value was
known about the skull.
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In 2006, Lloyd contacted Novella to ask that his badly flawed
article be revised to include results of the latest research, which
contradicted nearly all of the article's main attack points. The
emailed response was: The article stands as written. However, to
add insult to injury, Novella changed the copyright on his article
from 1999 to 2006, making the trashing he wrote seem current.
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This profoundly inaccurate article remains the primary reference of
mainstream scientists and their defenders when they attack the
Starchild Skull, and it is the basis of
Wackypedia's equally flawed
articles about Lloyd and the Starchild.
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