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> Wikipedia's Science Articles Are Elitist - Motherboard
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Wikipedia's Science Articles Are Elitist
Maybe Wikipedia readers shouldn't need science degrees to digest articles about basic topics. Just an idea. SHARE; TWEET. Michael Byrne. Oct 12 2017, 8:58am. As science journalists, we aren't all neuroscientists, astrophysicists, and-or climate scientists.

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