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Conservapedian mathematics
The complex plane does not exist, or should not exist.

The folks who create Conservapedia's "content" sometimes go off in fascinating directions other than the usual relentless attacks against anything that doesn't fit their strange, right-wing fundamentalist mindset.

In the case of articles relating to science and math, Conservapedia's charter is often less than clear. Their front page seems to specify "educational, clean, and concise entries," and states that it "is rapidly becoming one of the largest and most reliable online educational resources of its kind." But Conservapedia contains no quality technical, or non-technical, articles on mathematics.

In this article RationalWiki recounts the events that led to this state and the fates of those individuals who tried to help.