Hope you are sitting down, cause this is a amazing page. Janyce Boynton keeps finding these really interesting people's pages to work on. This page was suggested by friend of GSoW Robert Sheaffer.

Make sure to look at the before and after.

Before - https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php…

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Karl Tomlinson Pflock (January 6, 1943 – June 5, 2006)[1] born in San José, California was a CIA intelligence officer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan Administration, strategic planner, UFO researcher, and author of both fiction and non-fiction.[2] He was best known for his book…

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This time, featuring an interview with Raffaella Vitali, the only Italian editor of Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia - GSoW.

Also on this episode, we talk about upcoming Skeptics in the Pub and other events in Europe, lots of interesting hot topics (‪#‎ebola‬ ‪#‎vaccine‬, ‪#‎Homeopathy‬ Information Network by gwup | die skeptiker, colloidal silver to be reported to Hungarian authorities for risk of causing harm, a potential translation project for Phil Plait's Crash Course Astronomy, and Big Think writing about hoaxmap.org where you can find lots of refugee-related hoaxes from Germany). We're also bringing you the usual segments: talking about a logical fallacy and an institution that has been Really Wrong lately.

For events in the coming week, please check out our 'Events in Europe' skeptic calendar!

‪#‎ESP‬ ‪#‎Skepticism‬ ‪#‎Skeptics‬ ‪#‎Podcast‬ ‪#‎Science‬ ‪#‎Wikipedia‬ ‪#‎GSoW‬ ‪#‎Italy‬ ‪#‎Germany‬

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Episode #011 of TheESP – European Skeptics Podcast, featuring an interview with Raffaella Vitali

I know that it was only yesterday that I made a big push to get everyone to view the Lynne Kelly page that ‪#‎GSoW‬ had made into a DYK. And here I am again tonight to give the same pitch to another amazing person in the skeptical world who is also on the front page of Wikipedia because of editor Jay Young's rewrite of Thomas Gilovich's Wikipedia page.

Rewriting a WP page takes many many hours, then all the paperwork and stress to get on the front page of Wikipedia for a 12...-hour window is a lot of work. And I know once you start reading about Thomas Gilovich you will appreciate why I'm bringing this to your attention.

First review the page prior to Jay's involvement.


and then now what the people outside our choir will be seeing when they visit the page.


I think Gilovich has the coolest DYK hook I've seen in ages, I hope it brings in a lot more curious viewers. What are your favorite parts of this WP page?

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Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia - GSoW's photo.