posted on May, 13 2008 @ 02:18 AM
Wikipedia is no doubt an extremely useful tool for anyone interested in anything. However, since delving into ATS archives, and spending all together
too much time on this website, I've noticed something extraordinarily strange about the internet encyclopedia.
Looking up UFO cases on wikipedia has turned out an interesting adventure. It came to my attention that Wikipedia likes to discredit certain UFO
cases, using very elaborate words, sentences, key arguments to discount evidence that has been pooled from a great many sources. I've noted that
cases that have been debunked here, on the ATS forums, have not been debunked on wikipedia, and furthermore, cases that are stamped as
'inconclusive' here at ATS are debunked on wikipedia. That's a rather large and strange coincidence.
One of the wiki's that in particular made me feel this way was the description of an author/archaeologist, Zachariah Sitchin, who has made a book
series about Aliens on earth in pre-biblical times, with supporting evidence in archaeological finds from ancient civilizations. The planet Nibiru is
one of the commonly known theories derived from Sitchins studies. Wikipedia make him seem like a crack nut.
As I haven't yet contrasting all the UFO files/cases ATS has to offer, with wiki, if anybody would care to help me in further pointing out Wiki's
inadequacies, it'd be much appreciated. Of course if none join the fray I'll composite my own findings, although it'll take more time.
It's bad enough that Wiki peed on you, don't let it take a dump on your chest as well