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Edit which wasn't constructive
Could you please read sources before you remove and edit stuff. You say, not according to our article, but my source was: Knight, Peter (1 jan. 2003). Conspiracy Theories in American History: An Encyclopedia
Peter Knight obviously says something else and because of your change my sentence is turned in something which Peter Knight never claimed. This is the reason why I reverse the edit, as this is not contributing to a Wikipedia with contributions based on what academics and respected authors say, this is just twisting the words of Peter Knight. He works at an university and is therefore a respectable source http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/peter.knight/personaldetails.
Look at this page to read it yourself:
- Try reading more than one source before you add information to an article. Yes, some authors (who don't know what they are talking about) think that there are Masonic symbols in the seal... but it is a myth - one that has been debunked many times. Any historian worth his salt knows this. Please read our article on the Great Seal of the United States... it goes into all this in some detail. Blueboar (talk) 12:07, 5 October 2014 (UTC)
All in a word
I think you mean deprecate the muppets depreciate the use of depreciate in this context -- As you will know by now my spelling is useless and at least some editors have felt it necessary to point this out to me over the my objection to them depreciating the use of "coauthor=" as a parameter in CS1. -- PBS (talk) 21:03, 13 October 2014 (UTC)