Just admit it, Lincoln: you don't like Wikipedia because their articles largely contradict your beliefs, and as such, you decide to reply to arguments using Wikipedia by shooting the messenger instead of addressing the content of the page.<quoted text>
Wikipedia acknowledges that it should not be used as a primary source for research.
Librarian Philip Bradley stated in an October 2004 interview with The Guardian that "the main problem is the lack of authority. With printed publications, the publishers have to ensure that their data is reliable, as their livelihood depends on it. But with something like this, all that goes out the window." Robert McHenry similarly noted that readers of Wikipedia cannot know who has written the article they are reading it may or may not have been written by an expert.
You could not care less about academic quality, so fess up.