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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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Why is wikipedia not reliable?

wikipedia can be edited by anyone who wants to say anything they want
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How reliable is wikipedia?

I think that you will find more reliable if you really know how to use it and how it really works. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:G… and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reliability…
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Wikipedia... is it reliable?

She was given that message likely because she wasn't logged in. Each page has a set security level. If it's open (no security), anyone can edit, account or not. Some pages may be locked, however. W... Read More »
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Is Wikipedia.org reliable or not and why?

No, it's not reliable, but the reason is not the tired old "because anyone can edit" trope you invariably get in the first few answers each time this question gets asked. A resource that anyone can... Read More »
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