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Re: Wikipedia: A Techno-Cult of Ignorance (Score: 1)
by bender772 on Sunday, December 04, 2005 @ 04:46:40 GMT
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I think we all agree that Wikipedia's system of producing and distilling truth is fundamentally flawed. True knowledge, indeed, cannot be gained by letting the majority decided that whatever they believe must be true. We agree that Wikipedia  "gives bigots, witchhunters and fanatical ignoramuses the de-facto power to decide, and tell the public, what is 'scientific knowledge'."

The only difference in opinion seems to be whether or not Wikipedia could be more. I say no, "because Wiki is an encyclopedia". You say yes, because you think that a true encyclopedia should have responsible editors that ensure that the truth is heard, regardless of whether a majority can accept it.

Can you give me even one example of a commercial encyclopedia that covers cold fusion, relativity criticism, parapsychology, Ufology, Planetary SETI, alternative medicine or other frontier science topics fairly and impartially? I have never seen one. The 'truth' in commercial encyclopedias is determined and produced in exactly the same fashion as Wikipedia produces the truth. Truth is whatever the scientific, political, religious and economic elites say it is.

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