Baraminology Revisited

Good news abound!

I’ll briefly take a page out of CP Sysop Conservative’s book and rejoice that we’re apparently moving up in the world. The Conservapedia Column today ranks as number 23 out of 15,800 on a Google search for “Baraminology”. Specifically, the post En Passant: Baraminology, which, if I may say so myself, is indeed a both well-researched and well-written post that contains everything the inquiring mind would need to know about Baraminology. I’m quite happy to learn this, since Baraminology is such an important subject as it is, so I’m looking forward to welcoming many new users who come here to learn about Baraminology. I hope that with time, this site can turn into an important learning resource about Baraminology.

Did I mention Baraminology yet? Oh yes, I see that I did mention Baraminology. Good, because we wouldn’t want to forget about Baraminology, would we?

In other news, I find this hilarious on a whole range of levels.


14 Responses to “Baraminology Revisited”

  1. 2 lanfranc June 25, 2007 at 11:09 pm

    Aw, c’mon. How often do you get the opportunity to poke fun at both Google, Conservapedia and Baraminology at the same time?

    Ok, maybe that happens more often than you’d think, but still.

  2. 3 PalMD June 25, 2007 at 11:21 pm

    love it. Baramin, baramin, baramin, baramin, baramin. Junk science, junk science, junk science, junk science

  3. 4 human June 26, 2007 at 2:14 am

    I’m glad that Baraminology is such a well researched and reported on topic here, where microevolution and macroevolution take the back seat to neo-baraminology and paleo-baraminology, the real science of living organisms.

    Of course, neo-baramins used to be liberal, and aren’t real.

    Paleo-baramins are led by the righteous Saint Reagan.

    Baraminology is such an important topic, and I’m glad you have given baraminology the time it deserves, in this baraminology ignoring world.

    Maybe one day soon we will see courses in higher baraminology at all levels of our school systems.

    Strangely enough, my homeschool science textbook does not explain baraminology at all, so I have to come here to learn about baraminology.

    Did I spell it right?

  4. 5 PalMD June 26, 2007 at 2:27 am

    I think you spelld baraminology correctly, but my spellchecker doesn’t recognize the word baraminology, almost like it was made up. I have read many definitions of baraminology, and I feel like my IQ is not high enough to understand the basic concepts of baraminology. Baraminology makes neither scientific or intuitive sense. Perhaps baraminology is only comprehensible to those who have reached a particular religious purity, a “baraminology” operating thetan sort of thing…damn, my spell checker doesn’t know thetan either.

  5. 6 PalMD June 26, 2007 at 3:23 am

    Baraminology still has you googled at number 23. Maybe too many people are following the suggested search from criminology. I do see a relationship between baraminology and criminology. The both end in the Greek suffix -logos, except one has a logos to refer to, and one is nonsense.

  6. 7 Tmtoulouse June 26, 2007 at 4:36 am

    In order to aid this cause one should link the term baraminology to the page in question on any blogs or websites one owns. Those links count as “votes” for the association.

  7. 8 PalMD June 26, 2007 at 4:40 am

    Splain better for me?

  8. 9 Tmtoulouse June 26, 2007 at 4:46 am

    See here:

    for an example. You put the word baraminology and link it to the blog post. When google indexes the page it counts the link as a “vote” for the association of the word baraminology with that site. The more “votes” the higher the rank.

  9. 10 Trashbat June 27, 2007 at 8:53 pm

    Looks like this hallowed column now ranks 14th on Google for baraminology. That’s right people, baraminology, the study of baramins. Hence the name, baraminology. And so on and so forth, ad nauseum.

    Now shoot for the first page…XD

  10. 11 PalMD June 27, 2007 at 9:44 pm

    I think my blog is up to 28th on google.

  11. 12 Trashbat June 27, 2007 at 10:11 pm

    Hurrah! Still prefer your entry on coffee though ; )

  12. 13 PalMD June 27, 2007 at 11:13 pm

    Well thank you…didn’t know anyone had read it.

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