How can you tell if a Wikipedia article is true or not?

Answer You can't. Wikipedia despite its claim to the adherence to and constant search for truth is not a trust-worthy source. It is extremely politically correct. Its admins blindly accept generally accep... Read More »

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My Wikipedia article has not deleted past 7 days, wikipedia will delete my article?

'Some warning message' is pretty vague. Follow the instructions on the warning template to find out what to do. If it is a deletion template, it could be any of four different types:* PROD (propose... Read More »

How can you tell if a particular Wikipedia article is reliable?

Sometimes there are telltale signs of vandalism, but other than that, you really have to be an expert in the topic at hand. There's just no way you can know for sure when you look in the history th... Read More »

How can you tell what changed from one revision of a wikipedia article to the next?

The page highlights things that were changed. In the page you linked, for example, you see some orange highlighting on the left and some blue highlighting on the right; everything highlighted chang... Read More »

What's the point if Wikipedia if you can't even tell which information is true or not?

that's like saying whats the point of humans being on earth.Most of the information on Wikipedia is true, I usually use it to find things that Britannica and other encyclopedias could NEVER find.Wi... Read More »