it can be a reliable background source. i dont take any information straight from there, but i use it as a reference point to take a general topic into more specifics. it is actually incredibly helpful for writing papers
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"I heard you guys banned a chick with thyroid cancer cause she was weird looking.
You guys are fucking terrible."- awsomoz$
We were all expecting something GRAND for our massive efforts down the line. Needless to say, all the money went to drive us 100km from home and play frisbee golf for a week at a "resort" aimed for trips for retarded people"
all the teachers say that and think they're badass cause they know about the internet but there's a ton of people whose job it is to look for stuff and fix it. plus, anybody who wants to go edit it for the lulz doesn't go in and be like "hehehe, i'm gonna change the last digit in plancks constant to a 2" they're more like, "hehehe, i' gonna change the capital of the U.S. to Fart DC". And you should probably be able to see thats wrong.
exactly bro....the citations at the bottom of wikipedia are amazing for papers. So much sources which lead to countless of amazing other sources. Though the best is definatly those school research databases
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Plus, the changes you make if you are not a credible user must first be accepted by a mod. Seriously people, wikipedia is extremely reliable source and still has a bad rep because the rules for posting changes and the monitoring of changes was a lot more lax. Plus, when a change is made, it shows up on the page... Im so sick of people saying that wikipedia is not a valid source for information and bringing up irrelevant points that havent been a factor for five or so years. /rant