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# Content guidelines

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Ideas for new topics are always welcomed, from experts and non-experts alike - if you're not sure if they'll be accepted by other editors, put them in the 'Proposed content' section for approval.

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Please bear in mind that, to maintain quality, all Wikenigma content must include reference links to previously published findings and/or comments from respected sources - such as academic journals, Wikipedia etc.. Articles without some degree of expert backup are liable to be deprecated (and eventually deleted).

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Unfalsifiables – ideas which cannot by definition ever be proved one way or the other are to be avoided - but with a special exception for philosophical or mathematical concepts that are supported by reasoned arguments about (or proofs of) their un-provability - a.k.a. 'Known Uknowables' [example]plugin-autotooltip__plain plugin-autotooltip_bigRadioactive decay

Note: This item is one example of a special case - Known Unknowables

Radioactive decay is the process by which the nucleus of an unstable atom loses energy by emitting 'radiation' - which can be in the form of alpha particles, beta particles, gamma …

Original research - as mentioned above, topics which have no supporting external references are not encouraged. That's to say all items should be verifiable via a respected reliable source(s).

Fictional content - Unlike Wikipedia, Wikenigma doesn't feature fictional content of any kind.

Sorry, but Wikenigma is not the place for conspiracy theories, dreams, or such things as :
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