Can you be a bit more clear about what you are asking? What "wrong" with theist karma points are you referring to? I'm not sure how to respond because I'm not sure what you are referring to, but if you can clarify a bit I'll try to answer, or at least give you my opinion, depending on what you mean by your questionOr is it called Darwins points here?
Do you notice all of theists here have much higher negative darwins points than positive darwins regardless of their contents in the posts and attitude?
I can understand why you see it that way and even agree, to a point. There may be a genuine bias here, but that's a two way street, don't forget. With an openly atheist perspective, we get the attention of some truly interesting people on either side of the question. Theists who visit tend to fall into certain patterns of behavior, and the response from the active members varies by a few factors: the member's temperament, the visitor's temperament, the speed of decline in civility, the effort to provide support (ideally in the form of empirical evidence) for one's claims, and how long it takes the visitor to start "foaming at the mouth" behavior (some never do, and that's a nice change for us).
Go take a look at the posting history of whomever you want to - just click on their user name and then click on "Show Posts" to see history. You can read the posts in order and see certain patterns emerge pretty quickly among theists - it's not always there, but it's far more common than not.
To your concern about this site getting really boring, well, so far it's going strong. You're here, along with one or two other relative newbies, a couple long-timers and a few more who mostly pop in and out at random (you are one of this last group, aren't you?). Then add all the atheist members and it looks like we've got little to worry about, other than technical problems. I can certainly understand that it's not pleasant to be on the receiving end of criticism or critical remarks, that's generally the way it goes around here. I don't make claims without either knowing that I'm correct (and able to support it with evidence), or with the expectation that I will be called out if my claim is wrong, or unsupported.
Moving on, you haven't responded to my other post to you earlier in this thread: http://whywontgodhealamputees.com/forums/index.php/topic,25507.msg572295.html#msg572295
I'd like to know your thoughts on this.