Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Just take a look at the "Views On The Technology" section alone. Go on - take a look at it. The supposedly balanced views contain 3 paragraphs of speculative crap from 5 non-entities who have never seen the technology, don't know how it works and who's opinion is basically worthless. There is not even ONE view from anyone else who happens to have the opposite opinion. Not because these people don't exist, but because whenever someone posts a counter argument the "insects" that edit these Wikipedia pages remove any updates that don't conform to their debunking agenda.
Who is in charge of the editing of this page? Are these the same debunkers who constantly remove links for this blog and other sites who are trying to convey the truth? I would say yes they are.
Recently (as a test) I posted a small and quite insignificant link to Richard Hoagland's new Phobos data at the footer of the Phobos Wikipedia page. Less than 6 hours later it was removed. This my friends is the deliberate attempt to control information and truth.
Wikipedia is not to be trusted as a valid source of information. If you are obsessed with preserving the stale scientific consensus and stamping on new evidence as if it didn't exist then a career awaits as a page editor at Wikipedia.
Insects - feckin insects!