Yikes... Feel like another horror story? Got 2 horror stories for you here... First horror story
is about aspartame and how dangerous it is. http://www.online-do...artame-sweet-misery/
I think I'll stick with sugar... (Yeah... I'm still limiting that to almost none.)
Still, I had to have a look, so I checked here:Aspartame Controversyw
Interestingly enough, there is more than 1 edit per day there. Having a look at older ones, and at the current one, it's blatantly obvious that the current version is a highly sanitized "controversy" with no real controversy. All anti-aspartame information has been removed or dismissed off-hand.
This is an anti-aspartame site that looks interesting:http://dorway.com/Second horror story
is about Wikipedia:
But it all got me to thinking about Wikipedia... It really looks like Wikipedia is suffering some pretty serious abuse there. Like, if there's a controversy, shouldn't there be something about the controversy there, and not something that entirely dismisses the controversy?
It's obvious that there is a serious problem there. Wikipedia is being used to push an agenda
. That's not information. It's propaganda.
Now, it's not Wikipedia's fault, and I'm most certainly NOT blaming Wikipedia. I DO want to point out that there is something happening there that doesn't seem to be above board.
But it seems to me that this will be a very real problem in the future as those with cash on hand can pay to get their message up there much easier than a community can likely respond.
I'm all for free speech and whatnot, but I'm also very much for honesty, integrity, and responsibility.