euroclydon. are you capable of being specific, or do you live and die on generalizations?
Ranting on and on without anything to back up your claims accomplishes nothing. Making totally false claims, like the source of the name of Carboniferous Period, makes you sound pretty uninformed.
You know you can edit Wikipedia. If you have more accurate information on carbon, go ahead and put it in. Take screen shots of your edit. If your edits are removed and you can prove that what you said is true, then you have a case. If you are just making everything up, you don't have one. And by the way, Wikipedia is not the final authority on anything, so don't get too worked up about it in any case.
Rants are fun, but they work better if they are based on truth rather than what one only hopes is true (but isn't).
And you guys who love money assume everyone you disagree with is lying because they are getting paid off. You can't even conceive of honesty when truths like theirs would ruin the world you have literally imagined, but think true.
If you have actual facts to back up your various astounding claims, give them to us. Otherwise, be prepared for wise assed and snarky responses, like the one I was going to post when I hit the reply button, which would have said "euroclydon, have you ever been right about anything?"
But that wasn't nice, so I didn't use it. True, yes. But not nice.