A lot of people on this Subreddit have very impressive encyclopedic knowledge of Survivor, can anyone name every winner of final 5 immunity in order?

I thought this would be impressive.

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I’m so stoked Scott & Scott are back with a podcast about RHCP! Will it be the encyclopedic compendium I hope it to be and include Jon Daly & Zach Galifianakis’ group The Peppermen and their seminal hit β€œAbracadabralifornia”? https://youtu.be/KWMZOOaUQdc
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[DC] How potentially dangerous would a person from our world with encyclopedic knowledge about DC comics be in the DC universe?

Let's say that a hardcore DC fan suddenly find himself in the DC universe. He has the same "life" he had while on our earth, living in the same place (if he was a librarian in New York he'd still be a librarian in New York) but he has all his memories from living in our world where DC is just a comic. Oh, and he knows pretty much everything from the comics. Every superhero's idendity, every secret showed during the comic, etc.

Since knowledge is power and this guy is pretty much a guru of DC lore, how potentially dangerous could he be, both as a force of good and as a force of evil?

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I recently had a friend unexpectly pass in his 30s who had an encyclopedic memory for all things film. He was truly gifted. I want to set up a film related cause for people to donate to in his name.

It can't be for film school scholarships, I knew the guy like a brother, he would be embarrassed as he wanted to go that way but never could, even if it went to help someone do it. His biggest sadness was realizing he couldn't make it that direction in life and he was a complicated person. He stopped talking about film school one year and hated if the topic was brought up.

He liked film critics and all things trivia and history of film. His favorite film was The Godfather. Loved Airplane!, Jaws.. All of the classics. Is there any cause out there that something of maybe several thousand dollars we could get together from friends isn't a drop in the bucket for a budget? We want to do something that might make someone notice and care related to film, not just another check in a donation file.

You could name any year and he'd tell you all of the awards for that year. You could name any actor and he'd list off their roles and his opinions of them. He'd out-quote you or me or anyone else

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Found in an antique shop today. Inside page: Culinary Arts Institute encyclopedic cookbook 1968. 974 pages. I’m more than a little excited about this.
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You obtain an encyclopedic knowledge of Rick and Morty whenever in attendance of a funeral
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[Request] David Allen Hulse The Western Mysteries: An Encyclopedic Guide to the Sacred Languages & Magickal Systems of the World- The Key of It All, Book 2 (Llewellyn Sourcebook Series)

I'd love a PDF version of this or book one which is the Eastern traditions.

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I wanted to share some tips I have gathered on my personal journey on becoming an Encyclopedic Planetary Zoologist.

Last night I finally did it! I did a thing.

I am copy pasta a reply I made to the comment that someone left me on my post where I have a clip of getting β€œGalapagos” achievement:

The first few planets were rough. I was checking my discovery logs and found at least 3 planets that had only had one life form on them but the β€œupload all” button doesn’t trigger the β€œupload to receive β€˜x’ nanites”. I wasted more hours than I could have lol.

Unless it is a glitched planet, frothy, pillarEd, etc. (those typically have only one life form on them it has just come to my attention that β€œexotic” planets don’t count for this anchovy) find planets with a minimum of β€œtypical” fauna rating or more. If it is lower, even with a high amount of species, they are spread so far and few in between that it’s not worth it.

A quick list from the moment I land on a new planet:

  1. ⁠Get out of the ship. Check the bottom left when the first contact banner shows up and gives basic planetary info, check fauna
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Most of us have known friends with an encyclopedic knowledge of some obscure statistics - like batting averages of every player or the minutes and seconds of every record track. What was your most remarkable memory of such a person?
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β€œAn Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic, and Rosicrucian Philosophy” Manly P. Hall imgur.com/gallery/MIBtGDf
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What is a good encyclopedic article on the ethics in employer-employee relationships?

Hi there. I have no training on philosophy and the stanford and internet encyclopedias of philosophy are a bit difficult for me to read through and understand. They are not very layperson friendly.

I am looking for a comprehensively encyclopedic article tat deals with the ethic/morality in an employer-employee relationship. That is how you are supposed to treat your peers and superiors and how they are supposed to treat you.

Can anyone suggest such an article?

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[Lost] I wake up in the wreckage of Flight 815 on the island on 22nd September 2004. I have perfect, encyclopedic knowledge of everything that happens over the next few years. How do I exploit this?

Let's say I'm on the manifest and my name is that of some nobody who originally died on the flight when events initially unfolded.

I could do good, bad, or both.

How could I use this situation to my benefit?

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What happened to Reacher's encyclopedic knowledge of baseball players and blues musicians? They used to crop up here and there, but not for years now.
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Are there any "encyclopedic" resources for nutritional facts on healthy foods?

I'm interested in putting together a diet plan, I'd like to make a graph of some of the healthiest foods and their calories, proteins, carbs, fats, sugars, etc, but I'm sure a resource must exist so I don't need to go through by hand and copy all this info down lmao. Would be especially nice if the info is already in a sort of graphed form, so I can compare one protein to another for example, but anything would help, thanks!

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New story: I talked to @KingJames about his unparalleled basketball IQ for a deep-dive into how his mind works. James sees things before anyone else. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of every player in the league and their tendencies. si.com/.amp-lakers/nba/la…
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My wife has encyclopedic knowledge of LOTR. I asked her what Sam got from Galadriel, this is what ensued.
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vaporwave.wiki - an encyclopedic vaporwave archive that you can edit! Your help is vital! vaporwave.wiki/
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When every Crystal Magic book expects you to have an encyclopedic memory
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β€˜But for all its expense and big-screen legacy, there’s little to dig into. In an age of massive streaming sagas with encyclopedic plots and marathon run times...It’s nearly plot-free. Mando and his little olive-drab carry-on land somewhere, they get in a scrape, they get out of it...we’re done’ nytimes.com/2019/12/12/ar…
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Some unusual "catchup" flavors including cranberry, mushroom, lemon, and grape and apple. From Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, published 1950.
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I'd like to give a shout-out to one of my favorite Star Wars YouTubers: Nathan Butler! The dude has an encyclopedic knowledge of Star Wars home video releases and has quite literally written the book on the subject. youtube.com/watch?v=jQgT2…
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The guns in EFT are treated with encyclopedic realism. The FLIR and REAPIR optics should have the same level of realism. They can be balanced by pricing and availability.

Can we get the FLIR RS32 and the REAPIR to perform like the real thing?

Check out this album with ingame performance compared against real life:

https://imgur.com/a/HhlTPyU

Source video of the last gif: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM_S5dKshDM& (The gif has a lower fps than it should, watch the video to see how fluid it should be

Here is what is not accurate with it ingame:

  • The refresh rate is far too low. It should be 60hz. But it appears to run at less than 15 fps.

  • The screentearing effect, it looks cool but it does not happen on the real thing.

  • The resolution is too low, on the real thing you can not see these individual pixels.

  • On the real thing you can see dust and particles being displaced by the shots. Ingame they do not render at all

The guns in EFT are treated with encyclopedic realism. The IR optics should have the same realism. They can be balanced by pricing and availability.

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Is Infinite Jest the last big encyclopedic book?

I mean, it seems that there was quite a boom of Humongous encyclopedic novels in the second half of the twentieth century, and the maximalism as a way to write. I mean, The Recognitions, Gravity Rainbow, The Tunnel, The Underground, heck even the longest novel ever written in the USA, Woman and Man was written in this time it seems that there was like 20-30 years where "Big authors" wrote big novels, then there was a little pause and in the 1996 David Foster Wallace dropped his gigantic 500k+ words long novel that was rated as good as those I mentioned.

What I noticed about these books is that those are, apart from their length, is that there is a lot of symbolism and "deep" information hidden in the text that if you were to find every reference you would have incredible amount of data to work with, almost as if this books were written to be as much encyclopedia as to be a book (thus the name.)

My question is, are there books like this written even now or was the Infinite jest the

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C3P0 has an encyclopedic knowledge of every type of porn and fetish in the galaxy.
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As long as you exist, so do all shitty superpowers and you have encyclopedic knowledge of them. Once you die, all shitty superpowers stop working.
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The Encyclopedic Vocabulary List of Johann Becher

Johann Becher, a 17th-century German polymath, composed an unusual vocabulary tool for the use of students. His Novum, breve, perfacile & solidum Organum pro Verborum Copia organized thousands of words into a logical, topical framework.

For instance, Becher organized verbs of action or passion according to which kinds of things (res) they apply:

>Animalia incarnantur, dentiunt, cornescunt, pilant, capillantur, plumescunt, mellificant.
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>Vegetabilia radicescunt primum, tum frutificant, stirpescunt, lignescunt, arborescunt, arborescunt, sylvescunt, germinant, tuberrant, pullulant, caulescunt, geniculant, gemmant, spicant, siliquantur, herbascunt, frondescunt, florent, frondent, vernant, virent, tandem fructificant....
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>Sublunaria taliter producta, sunt, existunt, vivunt, manent, constant, donec moriantur, expirent, occumbant, oppetant, denascantur, obeant, deficiant, aboriantur, pe

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How long do you think it will be before the term β€˜encyclopedic knowledge’ falls into disuse?
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The best resource for planetary magic. Encyclopedic quality of correspondences complete with mantric sound, sigils and kameas. Kabbalistic and Hermetic luxsaturni.com/planetary-…
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You have a complete and total encyclopedic knowledge on every meme in existence. Due to your knowledge, you get nothing done and take no joy out of the memes you observe or create. You do post only the best of memes.
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What are some good encyclopedic articles that explains from an economics perspective why artists and similar creative people never tend to make much money?

I am looking for a brief, free, encyclopedic article that explains from an economics perspective why most creative people (artists, inventors, intellectuals etc) never make much money.

Any suggestions?

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Wikipedia deleted Safiya's article last year, but then you find many YouTubers with less accomplishments and references, you can even find shit like this, but somehow, Saf isn't worthy of an encyclopedic article?! WTF?!
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Kotomi VN Guess Who. Note how she goes encyclopedic when embarrassed, unlike in anime) youtu.be/ln60E9f0yHA
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[My project] Save LACMA, a new non-profit amplifying the public voice to help steer the future of L.A.'s beloved encyclopedic museum ourlacma.org
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You'd better have an encyclopedic knowledge of canon, buddy, otherwise I'm coming for ya
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You have an encyclopedic knowledge of all IKEA furniture stores, and you're not afraid to use it.
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From the Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, 1949. imgur.com/gallery/nxrfIth
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I wish that when i wake up tomorrow morning i will have an encyclopedic knowledge over any subject or topic such as math, science, history, and pop culture
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"The Age of Football": David Goldblatt’s encyclopedic study shows how football worldwide has been co-opted by populist movements theguardian.com/books/201…
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I'm trying to make/obtain a large Anki deck for Chinese food ingredient and dish names. Anyone know any sort of encyclopedic source (Mandarin or English) that provides a very large index/list of different Chinese dishes?

Basically the title. I realize though my Mandarin is at a B2 level, I still need to learn what actual names of dishes and ingredients are.

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I found a full set of Encyclopedic Britannica’s from 1973. They are in almost perfect condition
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Dr. Bashir truly has a deep and encyclopedic knowledge of medicine gfycat.com/agitatedcapita…
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The encyclopedic compendium of all things Huey Lewis
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New LockPickingLawyer video: [743] Graham Pulford’s β€œHigh-Security Mechanical Locks: An Encyclopedic Reference” youtube.com/watch?v=BZDgI…
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I wish i had encyclopedic knowledge of the king James version of the Bible, as well as every verse and location memorized

I have a Bible test coming up at school and I didn't study AT ALL

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Encyclopedic Beatdown | SFV youtu.be/LZG91gAH5N4
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Beam (ebay) - a distributed knowledge graph store, sometimes called an RDF store or a triple store. Knowledge graphs are suitable for modeling data that is highly interconnected by many types of relationships, like encyclopedic information about the world github.com/eBay/beam
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Can someone suggest a great encyclopedic article on the ethics of hard work as a worker working for an employer?

Non-native English speaker here.

I am looking for an encyclopedic article like those from Stanford and Internet encyclopedias of Philosophy, on the ethics of work as a worker working for an employer.

That is the ethics of hard work, how much you should work, how much you should be obedient for your employer etc. In other words if you are a good employee how much you should put in to your work and how much you should put up.

For instance, we are told that you should do a lunch at 5:30pm, and take 10 minute lunches, one bathroom break only, work for 11-12 hours or stay overnight etc. Then there is personal insults for not bringing in enough sales etc. Then the boss intentionally calls in people an hour early for "lecturing" or makes them leave much later for no reason etc. We are salaried bankers in Bangladesh here and we are told that since the employer provides you money for your living, you should go beyond what was written in contract and policy and do the extra mile because th

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guy with encyclopedic knowledge of plants + hard chicago accent BS's about nature, updates regularly youtu.be/82X-uoddhL8
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(How) Are encyclopedic descriptions in fictions postmodern?

So I'm about to graduate high school and preparing for my German literature exam and I'm a bit confused about some aspects of postmodernism. Our teacher said that encyclopedic descriptions are a characteristic of the postmodern novel, which would make sense when looking at something like Infinite Jest and much of Pynchon, but what about Ulysses and Thomas Mann's excessive descriptions of outmoded musical instruments in Doktor Faustus and the long-winded dialogues between Naphta and Settembrini in Der Zauberberg? I think that shorter bits of obscure knowledge being littered throughout novels has certainly increased since 1945 and become almost parodic (here's lookin at you, John Green), but I don't really see what it is about this that sets it apart from modernist and even realist fiction.

Edit: just realized the title says fictions, plural. Can't change that now though lol

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Illustration of the Maxim Gun in Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary. Gun that changed history
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What is a good encyclopedic article on how colonial companies worked?

I am looking for a free encyclopedic article on how colonial companies worked. Companies like East India Company, Hudson's Bay Company, companies that had plantations in USA, Carribean, Latin America and that sort.

Wikipedia articles on each individual company is huge and does not explain the economics or how the company worked. That is how they were formed, how money was raised, how they were governed etc.

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Ladies of reddit, what's the most underrated quality you find attractive? Is it body hair and encyclopedic knowledge of Yugioh? Please. Please be that
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Feeling intimidated by David and Griffin's encyclopedic film knowledge

(Sorry for the oversharing here) I consider myself an avid moviegoer with a pretty deep understanding of film history, but I often feel like I haven't seen "enough" movies to consider myself as much of a movie fan as I want to be. I'm always amazed at how rarely David, Griffin and some of their guests say "I haven't seen that" (even about obscure forgotten movies that only a true completist would bother to watch).

For those who feel the same as me, what have you done to deal with this feeling, besides quit your job, abandon your responsibilities and consume filmed entertainment 24/7? And for people like David and Griffin who have seemingly seen every movie ever (only slightly exaggerating), how did you find time for all that while maintaining, you know, a life outside the cinema?

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I'm Ed Rosenfeld, a writer and editor. I was one of the founding editors of Omni magazine and I’m the author of The Book of Highsβ€”an encyclopedic survey of many of the ways humans can use to achieve altered states of consciousness. Ask me anything!

I’m Ed Rosenfeld, author of The Book of Highs, just published in a new edition today. In the 1960s, when so many people who never took drugs started to freak out about drugs and made laws against them, I thought: they can’t outlaw consciousness. So, I put together this mini-encyclopedia, first published in 1973, describing hundreds of ways to alter consciousness without drugs. This new edition is fully revised, updated, and expanded to include illustrations and experiences that reflect recent developmentsβ€”such as Virtual Reality and Brainwave Machines. There are a total of 255 ways for a new generation to push their minds into experiential realms.

My past books include Talking Nets: An Oral History of Neural Networks and An Oral History of Gestalt Therapy. My newsletter, INTELLIGENCE (1987-2017) was the first to cover the history and development of neural networks and artificial intelligence. I also wrote a screenplay, MKULTRA, which has been adapted for the opera as Huxley’s Last Tr

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Can someone with an encyclopedic knowledge help me remember a random ass character?

I have some guy's face stuck in my head and I can't remember who he was on the show. It was for like a one scene in the whole series guy. He was older, had white hair just above his ears, parted on his right (our left). He had sparkling beady eyes...idk how else to describe it, kind of like a more elf like Keebler elf. He had a white mustache. I can picture him in a black polo shirt with a logo on it. He was like a business man or somebody and the only thing I can remember is he says "sorry Leslie" in a "I wish I could have helped" tone. Very slight southern accent.

[EDIT] WOW OKAY IDK WHAT'S WRONG WITH MY BRAIN ........ i just remembered it was someone i know irl lmao who volunteers with his dogs at hospitals. idk why on EARTH i put his face into parks and rec (i did just finish a rewatch) but i just saw him last night and i was like "oh shit that's who i'm thinking of" wow

Does anyone know who I'm talking about?! I scrolled through all the IMDb cast and none of the actors with pict

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YouTube just put out a video celebrating its 10th birthday. It's encyclopedic and cool. Happy Birthday! youtu.be/WwoKkq685Hk
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"The Age of Football": David Goldblatt’s encyclopedic study shows how football worldwide has been co-opted by populist movements theguardian.com/books/201…
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Kip Thorne has written an encyclopedic classical physics graduate textbook

http://press.princeton.edu/titles/10157.html#evendors

The table of contents

http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/c10157.pdf

I have never seen a text book like this at a graduate level. At first it reminded me of the shitty introductory undergraduate textbook which have proliferated through the market. But it actually looks well rounded (and it's by kip Thorne); can't wait to get my hands on it.

PS: I am pleasantly surprised that he included a chapter on random processes.

Edit: After some digging around, it seems like most of the book was adapted from lectures the Authors gave. This page has pdf's of the lectures.

http://www.pmaweb.caltech.edu/Courses/ph136/yr2012/

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Welcome to all the new people who are discovering or rediscovering the SCP universe! If you're interested in learning more about us, here is "A Modern Introduction to the SCP Foundation," an essay and encyclopedic overview of the site. reddit.com/r/SCPDeclassif…
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I met a barbecue grill master at the farmers market who had an encyclopedic knowledge of all things bbq. I was so turned on that i was ready to risk it all and ask him if he wanted to come back to my place and lounge around in silk caftans on my plush shag carpet.
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The industrious and encyclopedic Ryan J. White "Goose" sinks to a new low, proclaiming that he is willing to compromise the integrity of his flagship series "SpeedLore" out of spite for known serial harasser Ohrami. Can the two ever make peace, or do such wounds run too deep?
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Looking for a free encyclopedic article on the concept of honor from an anthropological perspective. Any suggestions?

Non-Anthropologist here.

I am looking for a free online encyclopedic article that discusses the honor from an anthropological perspective. Including the different major types of honor found in many different types of culture, their functions etc.

I searched Google for a while now but I can't seem to find any such articles. Can anyone suggest an article here?

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YSK that if Wikipedia is bankrupt or shut down for whatever reason, Everipedia will be the one of the places to go for encyclopedic articles

This is a cross-post from YSK.


The decentralized encyclopedia platform Everipedia backed up or forked some of the contents from Wikipedia itself at the time of its creation and since then there are steady updates along with page creations of subjects including those with notability too low to fulfill Wikipedia's inclusion standards.

Therefore in light of the ongoing "constitutional crisis" going on at Wikipedia which saw several admins and users to quit editing in protest, if Wikipedia as a whole is paralyzed by the incident and even to the point of go out the business Everipedia will be the one of the places to go for encyclopedic articles. In fact Larry Sanger one of the original co-founders of Wikipedia has defected to there and is serving as their Chief Information Officer.


Disclaimer: I did not receive any monet

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I found a full set of Encyclopedic Brittanica’s from 1973. In great condition with the all of the original documentation. I feel like a little kid on Christmas
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The Documentary Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami Is Not Encyclopedic, but Still Satisfying thestranger.com/slog/2018…
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Cocoa quick bread. Topped with coconut and walnuts. C.A.I. Encyclopedic Cookbook 1988 ed. Warm with coconut butter..... Mmmm
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KF3 Encyclopedic Page: Ezo Red Fox and Grapes
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It’s an encyclopedic description of a fictitious world.

There are 3 main species that inhabit the world. One has different subspecies with a different number of points on their ears ( 1,2 and 3) if I’m remembering correctly. The second is more evil looking, kind of like the bad guys from the dark crystal, and the third are pretty much straight up orcs. There are maps of the world, histories, laws, and all that. Was written quite a while ago, I read it when I was a kid back around 2000-2003.

I have been thinking about it for years so I hope you can help!!

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Once a month, you can gain encyclopedic knowledge of one thing you ingest, however you forget it the next week.

*however,

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In Doctor Strange (2016) the titular hero is established to have an encyclopedic knowledge of music at the beginning of the movie, but it never comes up again. This is a subtle nod to the fact that a life spent analyzing pop culture is lonely and miserable.
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What do you have an encyclopedic knowledge of?
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