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Let's just say that anyone with an email address has the ability to alter almost anything on Wikipedia and therefore, is not very trustworthy. In Debating we learn to never trust Wikipedia - and in all reality, should you, as well? Wikipedia is an unreliable source used for approximating information and in the case your point has been proven correct, than perhaps you should have used a more reliable source. And also... Light waves? I thought this was sound frequency.


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