Inexplicably, the Canadian Zooarchaeology website is hosting some pro-creationist articles, as well as lively topics such as “Calgary is in Canada” and “Memories of Canada” (cached version). It looks like some very odd genre of comment spam, but appears to have been approved by the webmaster over there. You’d think it was random, especially as they spell it “Canadian Zoo Archaeology”, but then there are actual archaeology pictures there as well. The whole thing is suspicious, since CZ has a webpage just down the hall, so to speak. You wouldn’t think there would be anything in it to spoof such a small organization.
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