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• Give your question a title similar to what you might see on a scientific paper - try and include the keywords which someone may type into Google when searching for your question - and in general, more words in the title is better than too less (between 7 and 20 words is ideal).
• If you feel like answering a question which no one has asked yet, feel free to create that question and then to answer it yourself - if you're thinking about the question, then there are likely many others who are searching the same question on Google, and they will appreciate the resource you created!
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• Firstly, find and click on the "Create"/"Edit" option within the wiki - the wiki can be found directly below every question's main text.
• To start off the review process, find the consensus quotes which you think is most useful for answering the question - the first external resource we usually go to is the biggest and best consensus resource on the internet: Wikipedia!†
• After deciding on which snippets-of-text are most useful in answering the question, quote that text by copying and pasting the content into ReviewedByConsensus.com's wiki
• See below for an example of how to format the text in the correct style while in "Edit" mode, which includes the always important referencing of the resource you quoted from:
* Quote from [URL_OF_WIKIPEDIA_PAGE Wikipedia - PAGE_TITLE]:
"Your quote from Wikipedia"
† Despite our slogan, Wikipedia is not the only consensus resource that can be used - but it is our #1 go-to option. When Wikipedia does not provide all the information we are after, there are many other resources that can be used, such as news articles, research papers, high-authority blogs and in-page polls. Ultimately, it is up to the users as to what is considered to be a "consensus resource" - this discussion can take place in the forums, or in the specially dedicated Discussion pages.
Now that there are already quotes within the wiki, we may of course need to explain how exactly these quotes answer the question - and how they should be interpreted.
• Try to cater for both the average reader looking for an immediately-understandable answer in Layman's terms, and also for the readers who are interested in greater detail.
• Remember to keep your explanation in a consensus format - this means that each claim should be coherent with itself and the facts on hand. Don't feel bad if you make a mistake, one of the advantages from using the wiki is that other users can spot and correct any small mistakes which you may make - and also remember to help other members by correcting any small mistakes you see in their writing.
• When there is more than one coherent perspective from which to the review the question, then these multiple answers can all provide their unique perspective under their separate headings. For example:
How does the universe work?
(If there are many or long perspectives, then it could be advisable to place them into multiple Expanding Tables.)
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