>be researcher in certain field>have a blog>add my post on certain topic as citation in a wikipedia article about it>gets removed as "potentially unreliable source">guy adds a book as citation to the same claims>look the book up>the book cites my blog on the topic
>and then everyone clapped
>>11853566>encyclopedia prefers seondary over primary sourcesWhoa
>>11853566so trusts that book author more than you, uses him/her as a bs filter
>>11853566Your blog sucks btw
>“The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success.” – Bruce Feirstein Books make money, so they're seen as genius.Blogs don't make any cash, so they're merely the ravings of a lunatic.I'm not saying it's correct. This type of logic is toxic to society and manifests it self in all sorts of interesting ways.Nobody can do science purely for the sake of science anymore and be taken seriously. Everybody needs to at least appear to be in it for the money, even if they're not.
>>11853566Is this just an advertisement for your blog? Just give it to us then.
>>11853566>>11855894This. Link the blog. I want to read it