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WikiGate raises questions about Wikipedias commitment to open access submitted by axolotl__peyotl to technology

234v234v23v23423 2 points 8 points (+10|-2) ago

and heavily censored, they have been caught retouching pictures they could not explain...

Starving Polar Bear submitted by MungFuSensei to pics

234v234v23v23423 2 points 7 points (+9|-2) ago

Tell me how Voat is better/different than Reddit please :) submitted by CharlesDarkly to introductions

234v234v23v23423 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago

yes sjw snagged some subverses, they aren't stupid

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WikiGate raises questions about Wikipedias commitment to open access submitted by axolotl__peyotl to technology

234v234v23v23423 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

No, but it probably was, at least for Apollo 11, the post flight conference is some hilarious shit, three uncomfortable idiots reading a script (and i really mean idiots, these people have below 100 IQ)... hell they can't tell the top and bottom of the LEM, they can't remember seeing stars from the surface of the moon (how the fuck do you miss that ?!?! looking at the lunar soil 24/7? Or being in a studio in Hollywood?), and they don't seem even remotely excited about telling the world about their adventure, Armstrong at some point even looks like he is going to break but he holds it together... we might have been to the moon, but I strongly doubt Neil Armstrong and cie did.

WikiGate raises questions about Wikipedias commitment to open access submitted by axolotl__peyotl to technology

234v234v23v23423 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

"artifacting" being the key word... their changes would be completely silent (no notice of change, and they reuse the same filenames...) if it wasn't for the wayback machine...

This is Khaled Assad. He was killed by ISIS militants because he refused to reveal where they had hidden Palmyra Antiques. submitted by skymod to pics

234v234v23v23423 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Too bad the Syrians don't value the future of their own country as much as this man valued their history.

4 years of resistance against the financial empire is valuing your country, a lot.