Make SURE that you use something which is trusted, is never inaccurate, and is written and researched fully by only the very best scholars and academics.
Of course, in today’s world of, "If I can’t find it on Google, it must NOT exist," the best scientifically accurate publication in this entire solar system is of course Wikipedia.
Using Wikipedia to Get "A" Grades
Wikipedia is an open-source "encyclopedia," which means that anyone who can type (this would include even certain Chimpanzees) can contribute their "expert" content.
If you are writing a research paper, and you know your teacher is just plain wrong (which happens often!), you can always upload an entry into Wikipedia and use a phony name, instead of your real one.
Then, after uploading your "scientifically accurate" entry into Wikipedia which only supports YOUR opinions, you can cite this authoritative reference in your own research paper, "proving" yourself correct!
If your teacher still has the nerve to "disagree," then you have solid grounds to expose him, her, or "it" for being wrong in front of not only the whole class, but even their boss.
For what matters is NOT really whether the article in Wikipedia is true or not, what matters is that the "facts" were there at the time YOU went to cite them to support your arguments in your research paper.
Jokes of the Day: More Curious Questions
Q. If a person throws a red stone into a blue sea, what will it become?
A: Wet, of course.
Q. If it took eight men ten hours to build a wall, how long will it take four men to build it?
A. No time, because it is already built. Duh!
Q. How many birthdays does the average woman have?
A. Only one. All the other "birthdays" are really anniversaries MEN must NEVER forget.
Q. How can a person drop a raw egg onto a concrete floor without cracking it?
A. It’s incredibly easy. Concrete floors are very hard to crack!
Q. How can a man go eight days without sleep?
A. He sleeps at night, of course.
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