Should i ALWAYS trust wikipedia's information's?

Answer Not always, anyone can go into wikipedia and add whatever they want to say.

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Do all the Wikipedias conform to UTC?

There are definitely a few that go by different times. For example, French Wikipedia and German Wikipedia, at least, use CET (Central European Time; UTC+1 [that's one hour ahead of UTC]). This make... Read More »

What is wikipedias problem?

Wikipedia has blacked out their website for the rest of the day, censored it, if you will. It's to protest against a bill that Congress is trying to pass in the U.S. right now called the Stop Onlin... Read More »

Can we rely on the informations in wikipedia?

Yes we can. All the info on Wiki is derived from several sources (linked to in the "References" section). even if some poor soul would happen to vandalize a page or two, it's likely that a responsi... Read More »

Should i trust

It is true that Wikipedia provides false information. It is also true that it provides true information. It also provides true information but presented in such a way that is confusing to understan... Read More »