Thanks for your help on my recent articles !--PhilipN 22:12, 25 December 2011 (EST)
- My pleasure. I have edited Wikipedia before, so I am used to the MediaWiki syntax (although I'm having to adjust myself to the software differences between Conservapedia and Wikipedia). GregG 22:14, 25 December 2011 (EST)
Thanks for the correction. Somehow I was on the wrong school's website. JunoD 00:44, 27 January 2012 (EST)
Thanks. --Joaquín Martínez 16:04, 13 March 2012 (EDT)
Those articles still need to be deleted tho
Re: Personal attacks
I have sometimes made personal attacks out of anger on a few other sites, only to regret it later. I do know that anger is not an excuse for making personal attacks. I will do my best to behave better in the future. :) Thanks. Marcus2 17:36, 17 May 2012 (EDT)
New Main Page
- I'm hoping to redesign the mainpage so that Conservapedia content is more prominently featured, as opposed to links to external sites (which are useful, but should be given lesser prominence than articles on this site). Additionally, the new divisions should make it less likely that an item is placed in the wrong location (such as in MPR). Also, I am learning CSS along the way, so that's a plus, too. I must admit, though, that I'm not that good of an artist, so the page is open for tweaking (and possibly insertion of images) by those with a more artistic eye. GregG 14:13, 12 June 2012 (EDT)
- Thanks for the offer. GregG 14:58, 12 June 2012 (EDT)
Got your message in my talk page message area
I got your message in my talk page message area. Thanks. Conservative 10:15, 26 June 2012 (EDT)
How is the complaint going?
- Last I heard, Mr. Schlafly was looking at it. I understand he is very busy, though, so I'm not holding my breath. Thanks for asking.
- If you have anything you want to add, you can leave it on the complaint's talk page. GregG 12:54, 6 July 2012 (EDT)
I had to crack open the book on Catholicism to make sure the venial sins edit was accurate. It seems that you are right and I was wrong. Good catch.--Jpatt 22:54, 9 July 2012 (EDT)
- No problem. Thanks for confirming that. GregG 23:20, 9 July 2012 (EDT)
Sticking to the point
Best to leave personal remarks entirely out:
- your position appears to be groundless
- This doesn't mean that you are a bad editor
Just say where you disagree and why. I've been known to make mistakes before. Why, just last month I made one. :-)
- The underlined part of the second comment is being taken completely out of context, as can be seen by the rest of the phrase you quoted. Thanks for your explanation, though. I want to put this behind me so we can get to working on building an encyclopedia. GregG 17:17, 13 July 2012 (EDT)
- EDITED TO ADD The first comment is not a personal attack. Saying that one's position is "groundless" does not say anything about the person. As a mathematician, I have made stupid statements from time to time. Identifying positions without basis as such is not a personal attack.
- Also, I want to point out that none of the "personal remarks" you mentioned above were in my original response that you removed as personal comments. The comments you point out above were part of my explanation for why I restored my original comments. Of course, if you have any other comments that you think were personal, feel free to point them out so I know what to avoid in the future. I know that you've pointed out a comment I made to Mr. Schlafly that was, in hindsight, ill-advised, and I retracted it immediately, thanks to your help.
- Anyways, let's get back to work on the encyclopedia. GregG 17:29, 13 July 2012 (EDT)
- Sorry if my conception of personal remarks is excessively strict. I might be overreacting, but a lot of other users seem to have declared open season on the established users. Let's keep everything about the project and the articles, and avoid any "you statements". --Ed Poor Talk 17:55, 13 July 2012 (EDT)
- Greg; I do not want Indo-European redirected. I want it to be a blank slate,. (Tabula rasa.) As said on the talk page, I want it to be used for an article on the history, culture etc. of this group of peoples. What you have done means that every time someone tries to link this term to the Hittites, Iran, the Indus Valley Civilization (I've already had to type "Indo-Aryan" to avoid this) and an unknown number of other subjects, they come automatically to the language. AlanE 00:38, 15 July 2012 (EDT)
I also added to the Todd Akin page, the Talk:Todd Akin page and created a new page Council for National Policy it all disappeared. If you have anything that would help back it up please let me know. Thanks, Wschact 22:00, 25 August 2012 (EDT)
Tony Sidaways' blog
Tony Sidaways' blog: http://lambdadelta.wordpress.com/
An excerpt from Tony Sidaway's blog: "That in the age of polarized politics a godless homosexualist liberal like me..."
I hope this partially clears up a misunderstanding. Conservative 21:05, 8 September 2012 (EDT)
- Thanks for the clarification. It was edits like this and this that I was referring to. And certainly, if a public figure has openly stated a moral fault of theirs (like Dawkins and atheism), I don't see a problem. Thanks for taking into consideration what I had to say. GregG 21:26, 8 September 2012 (EDT)
- Up until recently, I used to say, "Are you an atheist? If so, what proof and evidence that atheism is true." One of the reasons for that is that atheism is a stealth religion which has no proof and evidence supporting it.  I did this because some atheist gentlemen from a wiki which is not notable enough to have a Wikipedia entry often post to main page talk before they are shut down by the 90/10 rule. They seem obsessed with Conservapedia and myself and engage in endless rumination and speculation about me and other Conservapedians in between proclaiming that the end of Conservapedia is nigh.
- I do think that you make a good point. Thanks for the input. Conservative 23:16, 8 September 2012 (EDT)
Please don't revert Sysops comments, throw policy in their faces, or argue
It's counterproductive. Take a chill pill and RELAX. --James Wilson 08:48, 15 September 2012 (EDT)
Look, I'm just a new guy....
But I think that reverting a post by somebody who's been here since day one is pretty much frowned upon. It's a big website. Edit the stuff that interests you, ignore the stuff that bothers you. MattyD 18:39, 22 September 2012 (EDT)
- Thank you for your feedback. I must say that I do take removing others' posts seriously. I will take your advice though about editing other articles (I might get to work proofing the 4th government lecture and finally creating an article on Concepcion). GregG 20:00, 22 September 2012 (EDT)
- Just can it, already. Work on substantive articles, and leave User:Conservative the heck alone. You're trolling conservative by removing those comments.--James Wilson 07:37, 23 September 2012 (EDT)
- I don't have page protect/unprotect privileges, so I can't help you with that. Sorry. GregG 08:46, 18 October 2012 (EDT)
- I seem to be able to edit now. I blanked your user page, as I couldn't seem to find any history Cmurphynz 08:49, 18 October 2012 (EDT)
I've nominated you for sysopship
Just so you knowbrenden 16:01, 21 November 2012 (EST)
- Thank you for your support. GregG 11:40, 22 November 2012 (EST)
I saw your edits to the probability article. You have left σ-algebra as a redlink. Do you intend to make an article about it? I would suggest that a decent treatment of σ-algebras, and the Kolmogorov axioms, might be a bit beyond the target audience. But if you can explain this, and show how these axioms apply to the study of probability, I'd be interested in seeing it. SamHB 22:21, 29 November 2012 (EST)
- Certainly I don't think such topics are necessary for middle or high school students (the intuitive notion of probability as serves well). However, for those that want to study probability or statistics seriously, a rigorous axiomatic foundation is necessary. I recall seeing other articles with more in-depth treatment of certain topics in mathematics on Conservapedia, and I think it would definitely improve the project. GregG 22:32, 29 November 2012 (EST)
Congratulations - you understand American Government & Politics very well, and have a bright future!--Andy Schlafly 21:50, 30 December 2012 (EST)
- Thank you for the compliments. Alas, I am planning to have a career in math instead, but every American citizen should understand how our government works so that they can effectively participate in our republican form of government. GregG 10:16, 31 December 2012 (EST)
I read your essay on evolution, and I really like it. I've put an "endorsement" of it on my own user page. The sentence "Taking Genesis literally additionally leaves one with the uncomfortable position of having God (who is The Truth) create reason for us only to have us not use it with regards to an important question: our creation." was spot-on.
A thing you might want to say about transitional fossils is along the lines of: scientists see broken trails of evidence all the time, such as, literally, broken particle tracks in a subatomic particle detector, or broken tracks of ancient Roman roads in radar images, or oxbow lakes near a meandering river, and so on. They make perfectly valid inferences that there is a causal or evidential chain from A to C, even if they can't literally see B. JudyJ 23:04, 1 January 2013 (EST)
- Thank you for the compliments! Admittedly, I would have to do more science research to finish out the list (my biology knowledge comes from two years of high school courses), but I will consider adding your suggestion to the page. GregG 10:09, 2 January 2013 (EST)
I noticed your delete. Please understand the Snopes, Factcheck, and the others like Politifact only masquerade as neutral. They are not the final say nor are they trustworthy. They are liberal funded websites with an agenda. With that said, I reviewed their "false" claims and found them to be inaccurate. Obamacare doesn't use the word exempt, rather opt-out and they use the phrase religious conscience clause. The law as written is vague but enough can be gleaned from it, such tax and insurance mandates. Muslim most certainly "Can" and very likely will take advantage of the loophole and opt-out for religious conscience. We already know that Christians cannot opt-out for religious conscience. My sources say "Presumably, they [Muslims] will be exempt from the requirement to purchase insurance under the religious exemption," and "Muslims may claim a religious exemption that is denied Christians and Jews." --Jpatt 10:04, 5 January 2013 (EST)
- I am not using the sources as "X said Y", therefore "Y". I looked at all three sources and I fully agree with the well-written reasoning in each article. In particular, I will note that an individual can only claim a religious exemption if they also forfeit Social Security benefits, which Muslims have not done (but, incidentally, Amish have). GregG 10:29, 5 January 2013 (EST)
I intruded on your territory
Sorry, but I felt that a quarter of a year would mean he would never return. I reduced it to the (still lengthy) 1 week. If you have a problem with that, you can revert me. brenden 20:47, 3 February 2013 (EST)
Hi, I received your message and answered it in my talk page area.
My address is on my user page, drop me a message if you get a chance some time... I have a couple questions for you that I'd rather not post in public if you don't mind. Thanks, Fnarrow 14:50, 5 May 2013 (EDT)
A note to myself (User:Conservative/FYI gentlemen)
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"Evolutionists and atheists, I know it will be hard to keep down your breakfast tomorrow, so out of Christian charity I have provided some soothing music for you. It is Chinese music. Try not to think about China, the world's largest atheist population, experiencing an explosive growth of Christian creationism in its cities where many of the most influential Chinese live. China's atheist leaders are panicking about this matter.
In December of 2012, the National Intelligence Council issued a report that China will be more influential of a power than Europe (EU area specifically) by 2035. Darwinism can help make countries which were formerly great powers into weak second rate powers, while Christianity and the Protestant work ethic can assist developing countries to overshadow formerly great powers (See also: European Darwinism). And the wonderful thing about Christianity and biblical creation belief is that they are true worldviews." See: Christian apologetics
Please see: More bad news for evolutionists
GregG 01:17, 19 May 2013 (EDT)
More "Bad news for Conservapedia's evolutionists" from User:Conservative
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A message to Conservapedia's evolutionists re: me/us not reading talk pages or posting to talk pages until at least 2016:
Not only am I enjoying my respite from unreasonable and quarrelsome Darwinists (who cannot satisfactorily answer the 15 questions for evolutionists and are very afraid of debating VivaYehshua), being more productive overall in various sectors of my life, but I will also have more time to promote various conservative/Christian causes which are important to me.
Also, you needn't worry about me/us breaking this absence from talk pages before 2016 as I/we have informed various parties concerning this matter plus I/we are very committed to this matter.
By the way, current events certainly do not bode well for Darwinism do they?
Biblical creationism is growing in Europe and its growth rate will accelerate amidst Europe's economic woes.
GregG 17:49, 19 May 2013 (EDT)
- Oh my. Is he still on about poor VivaYeshua? I thought he'd have given up on that now Viva is banned from Shock's chatroom. An amusing fact about Viva, by the way, is that he isn't even a christian; he's a messianic jew and according to User:Conservative's narrow brand of protestant fundamentalism will be roasting in hell with all us unbelievers.--MasonFW 18:11, 19 May 2013 (EDT)