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     I've been involved in computing since before Eternal September (1993; ) I edited Wikipedia in early years, joined by 2007-1-3. I was very knowledgeable of policies and guidelines, help areas (such as IRC and for dispute resolution,) some Wiki tools and voting on Wikimedia projects, but because past Wikipedia:Mediation groups wouldn't mediate for some and there isn't a mediation group anymore, I felt discouraged so am a rare/inactive editor. The menu at top leads to basic information on these and academic writing resources.

Wikipedia is not a reliable sourceEdit

     Wikipedia is not a reliable source definitely in the case that its articles can't reference its other articles, but also now generally in the academic world. BBC mentioned a study describing Wikipedia tends to be equally as accurate as, or more accurate than, top encylopedias... but Wikipedia also has articles altered by vandalism/blanking, people pushing non-neutral viewpoints (or being deluded they are neutral, or some version of ‘neutral’ seen more out-of-date) and a large degree of conformity/groupthink/bureaucracy, and an overall Wikipedia viewpoint, because of editor majority demographics, administrators' popular sociopolitics, deletionism/etc. (and on the other hand, creation of too many irrelevant popular culture articles, often named historical terms until fixed, changed back, explained, fixed,) scandals & the [cabal], and because 90% to 95% of humans are irrational, mostly sophists & many trolls. Wikipedia used to seem helpful for writing various papers, such as computer-related, but now has been seen as a poor (usually banned) source for any level academic papers on subjects such as humanities & social science, and probably all science (though may be okay place to find sources cited, and check, but not as good a library, best with a professional reference libraria of higher academic degree.)
     The wiki concept & Mediawiki software seem to be Wikipedia's best things, rather than some of the material, which you may find better elsewhere like other literatur including books and from experts/schools, peer-reviewed wikis.

my arts/science/philosophy documentsEdit

Below, related ones I didn't create are in parentheses, and I didn't create ones describing sections.


technical arts/sciencesEdit

liberal arts/scienceEdit

general educationEdit

history & modernityEdit

  • of philosophy: Greek: Scholarch (head of any ancient/Classical Greek school)






Central Washington University userbox

philosophy/sacred arts/sciencesEdit

(meta)physics (nonsense except mathematics)Edit


Wikibooks: Grammar, Arithmology, And Isopsephy (given up on this and most other ‘New Age’ writing on my list)


about me: userboxesEdit

archived/work-in-progress data/articlesEdit

Please ask first if you want to edit/add--for your own copy--or if must edit as an administrator, please notify.

my articles people deletedEdit

Kung Lek (Shaolin Power Fist,) Paris Jefferson (Paris Jefferson,) Hellenismos portal (Hellenismos)