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 Did you know the term "booger" is actually in wikipedia?

Answer No, I did not know that. I thank you for the information.
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Does wikipedia actually lie?

In most instances, no, Wikipedia does not lie. Numerous volunteer editors constantly remove information found to be false or poorly sourced. Occasionally a vandal may add false information, but tha... Read More »
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Who actually takes wikipedia seriously?

I'm not surprised you get angry emails, Wikipedia is meant to be as factful as it can be. I use it to look up things which interest me, and also to help me understand things I do in school.
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On wikipedia.org how do you find out who actually wrote the article?

Well since each article can be edited by sometimes hundreds of individual people, there is no way to determine one person who wrote the article.
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How can you edit wikipedia and actually save it for everyone to see?

1. Go to the Wikipedia article you want to edit2. Press Alt+Shift+E or click the edit button to get the editing window3. Make some changes, click preview (alt+shift+p)4. Save (alt+shift+s)
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