Tuesday, 7 July 2015
Fake Articles in WIKIPEDIA. When reading Wikipedia, always keep in mind that it is controlled by few people (who are they)
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When reading Wikipedia, always keep in mind that it is controlled by few people (who are they???) who use a system of rules and regulation to serve their bias and interest and therefore do not to give you reliable information but act together to discredit people and ideas of their choosing.
From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Wikipedia: "It has also been noted that, despite the perception of Wikipedia as a "shining example of Web democracy" "a small number of people are running the show." Despite the need for some form of control in an open system, this "doesn't explain the kind of territorialismÃ‘the authorial domination by 1 percent of contributorsÃ‘on the site's pages." ......... "Among the allegations of administrator abuse, one often finds claims that the administrators have become a clique whose goals or viewpoints set them apart from ordinary users. An article on The Register, dated 4 December 2007 and entitled "Secret mailing list rocks Wikipedia", alleged the use of a private mailing list to coordinate administrative actions."
First lawsuit against Fabio Cardone and Roberto Mignani (Universita' di Roma "La Sapienza", Rome, Italy), filed on September 12, 1995
Second lawsuit against Fabio Cardone (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome, Italy) and Roberto Mignani (Universita' di Roma Tre, Rome, Italy), filed on February 20, 2007 12, 1995
Lawsuit # 3 against Elio Conte et al (Intern. Univ. Bari, Italy), Eugene Mallove et al (editors "Infinite Energy", USA), E. Panarella et al (editors, "Physics Essays", Canada), and their institutions-corporation
Open Denounciation of Morris Weisfeld, Duke University, Editor of INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS RESEARCH NOTICES (IMRN)
Organized Scientific Corruption at the American Chemical Society and at the U. S. National Academy of Sciences? You decide.