I am no expert on Wikipedia. I have never added any info myself personally (not sure if I even can...). What I do know is many of the pages seem very well vetted, and others, not so much. Wikipedia is rife with people's personal opinions as well as colloquial language. Without going down the rabbit hole (Bent will say that since I'm qualifying my statement, I AM going down the rabbit hole), it strikes me that especially over the past 8-10 years, our society is so split about what the "reality" is. It's almost unfair to have an opinion sometimes because there is so much "evidence" to the contrary. This goes both ways, if not even more than both ways. This touches on the "willful ignorance" thread on this forum. I sometimes wonder if it's best just to concern oneself with one's own reality and keep chugging forward. There is always someone on the other side that has "researched" more than you/I have and uses that as evidence that they are correct.