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 Can information on Wikipedia be trusted?

Answer I would not use it as my ONLY source, but definitely a good starting point. If the article you are looking at has citations that "verify" the information, that is a help, IF the websites are credi... Read More »
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Can Wikipedia be trusted as an objective source of information?

It isn't a question of whether or not *Wikipedia* can be trusted; each article and topic has to be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, because a different set of people authors and controls each art... Read More »
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Can Wikipedia be trusted?

You can trust wikipedia allot more now then you could a few years ago, however as with any web page, book and so forth it depends on what content your thinking about. Safest bet is doing multible r... Read More »
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Should wikipedia be trusted?

I think the question is not so much whether wikipedia can be trusted, as how we determine how we trust anything we read anywhere. I trust most things I read on wikipedia, but I check several sourc... Read More »
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People say Wikipedia can't be trusted?

It is true that you can change information on Wikipedia easily, but you have to consider the shear number of users. Trying to put bad information on Wikipedia is like trying to bullshit the world.... Read More »
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