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I have found that Wikipedia editing is not a rewarding experience. The stakes are so low, and emotions run so high.
And this is why Wikipedia is not a legitimate source in any academic paper.The hard science stuff? mostly good. The ancient history stuff? sort of OK. Wikipedia is a good starting point, but not the end-all.
The hard science stuff? mostly good. The ancient history stuff? sort of OK. Wikipedia is a good starting point, but not the end-all.
How is this page not locked already...