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Is it bad to mention if a specific article is open access or paywalled?

If you are unsatisfied with the edit, please feel free to rollback the edit or simply re-edit your question as you please. I agree that the edit is inappropriate and likely would have been rejected ...
theforestecologist's user avatar
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Increase in answers that do not have any references backing them

Good point and referencing is not only appreciated, it's necessary on a scientific stack and vital to maintain this site's quality. Commenting and downvoting are the primary means to go about this. ...
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Are references needed for facts that we all learn as children aged 1-2?

I placed that banner because you make 2 unsupported claims: ...it's worth pointing out that a cube with rounded corners and edges has larger surface area to volume ratio than a spherical dropping, ...
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Increase in answers that do not have any references backing them

One way of improving things (fond hope) might be to revise the Help. If you look at the ‘How do I write a Good Answer’, you will see that providing references is not even mentioned. The only reference ...
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Increase in answers that do not have any references backing them

I'd like to see if we can revisit this discussion again. The participants in the highest voted meta question about this topic have all been absent for over a year, and I don't think the issue has ...
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How does one challenge an unsourced answer?

As discussed in the comments, the resolution here is: Users who would like to challenge an answer that doesn't have references should downvote (this is particularly important) leave a comment ...
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