Best biology Fool: This one is truly amazing, and gets the overall prize. It’s Tetrapod Zoology’s “Science meets the Mokele-MbeMbe“, describing the rediscovery of a lost dinosaur.
It includes a dissection of the sauropod:
Best atheism Fool: Greta Christina’s annual atheist conference, with some great sessions.
Dumbest creationist Fool: The Discovery Institute blog Evolution News & Views pretends “Boy were we wrong!“, a post that proves, at torturous length, that IDers have no sense of humor. Among the hilarious news items in their pseudo-post are these:
The final triumph of Darwinism will be officially celebrated at the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC, on April 27, 2011—the 140th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s historic Nature article on “Pangenesis.” In that work, Mr. Darwin defended his theory that “gemmules” scattered throughout the body explain the inheritance of acquired characteristics. Although long derided by religiously motivated followers of Roman Catholic priest Gregor Mendel, pangenesis is currently enjoying a renaissance among Darwinists, who are confident that everything written by The Greatest Scientist Who Ever Lived will ultimately be proven true.
Meanwhile, there are rumors that the National Center for Science Education and the American Civil Liberties Union will share the Nobel Peace Prize later this year for promoting Darwin-only education and thereby saving civilization from the forces of darkness.
h/t: Matthew Cobb