Something said with so much error that anything following it is an absurd conclusion.
This phrase's first known utterance was from Isaac Asimov.
"When people thought the earth was flat, they were wrong. When people thought the earth was spherical, they were wrong. But if you think that thinking the earth is spherical is just as wrong as thinking the earth is flat, then your view is wronger than both of them put together." - Isaac Asimov
If you think that evolution means that monkeys should be turning into humans and that intelligent design is a scientific theory comparable to evolutionary theory then you are wronger than wrong.
When someone has no scientific knowledge and apparently lacks the ability to comprehend it and proclaims to know the truth about scientific facts. This is usually for political and/or financial reasons but can also be as a result of believing something regardless of evidence to the contrary.
Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) suffered the Stockman effect when he tried to coin a non-scientific theory about climate science based on his own misguided ideas of how the scientific method works and tried to call it "the Stockman effect".
The act of sending unsolicited texts that are not answering a question, making a request, have an obvious response, any response would seem pointless, or are otherwise considered pointless by the recipient. These are texts that serve no two-way-communication-purpose and seem to be just informing you of something that requires no further action or response.
Texter 1: I'm eating breakfast.
Texter 2: man, quit text blogging me
Texter 1: I just wanted to say I'm eating breakfast.
Texter 2: Good for you.