Well, I wish it was that easy to kill religions, however it does help; as anyone knows countries run by theocracies such as Iran, know the danger of the internet to their brainwashing dictitorial rule.
If it wasn't for the use of the internet these wackjobs would have next to no profile. Its unfortunately one of the best designed websites I've seen. They know the Internet and how to use it.
Thriving on the internet.
As people have stated above most people on the internet tend to only go where their preconceptions are reinforced not challenged. Occasionally someone might have their mind opened but thats the exception.
I find it a little ironic to see the most unabashedly Creationist website attacking the very premise of science.. on machines that have only been made possible by the scientific process they so hate.
A recent survey by Pew Forum on religion and public life says 33 million Americans say they don't have a religion that's one out of 5 Americans. http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2012/10/09/exp-belief-rel...
And Protestants have fallen out of the majority of US citizens, though they remain the dominant plurality. It would seem that the change is happening. Slow, maybe not very sure ... but the change IS happening.
One huge benefit of the internet is that young people can think the unthinkable, and then research it. They can then come into contact with people and ideas not available in their daily lives. People and ideas which their parents say are alien and evil become commonplace and pleasant, even delightful, upon continued contact. I suspect some early teens are reading this exchange and realizing that we non-believers are a lot like other people -- and maybe more interesting than most.