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 Is wikipedia reliable at all?

Answer Yes. It is essentially a 100% reliable as a way to find external sources. (Check out the bottom of every single Wikipedia page that has encylopedic content. You'll find links to all its sources.)
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How reliable is Wikipedia.com?

it is not even as accurate as a broken watch~here is a political "correction" of wik~http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/pol…who or what else is changing the factshope this helps
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