You do understand what Wikipedia is, right? It is a crowd-sourced online encyclopedia. If you look at the link you refused to read you will see a list of references at the bottom. This is analogous to a bibliography in a book or article. You can vet each and every one of them if you like.
So please educate us. What parts of the Wiki article are incorrect? Cite your own sources and explain why you think they are better.
Remember, the Wiki page is only a gateway to information. It is a summary, not a source. But you would be hard pressed to find a better and more universally accepted starting point for a casual debate than Wikipedia.
Now, do you have something to say about the content or was this just a matter of lazy dodging?
Way to showcase your community college degree.
You missed the point.
You actually consider Wiki a valid scientific source. Isn't that a little more than sad?
I wonder how many scientists have to consult Wiki to verify their work.
"A gateway to information" Pardon my cackling.
Hey, it must be scientific research if any old Joe can post it on Wiki!
You go, debater! Post a YouTube link and it will really impress them.