Articles in this category lack valid sources. Please add valid sources to the articles. For more details on the validity of a source, see also the following:
- Googology_Wiki:Policy#Original work (READ THIS !) (It explains that an original work without a valid source is prohibitted.)
- Googology_Wiki:Policy#Citations (It explains how to judge the validity of a source.)
- Googology_Wiki:Policy#Blog posts (It explains how a Googology Wiki user blog post can be a valid source.)
Here is a brief list of examples of articles on googological notions, e.g. specific large numbers, which lack valid sources.
- An article on a googological notion which does not refer to the first external source or a peer-reviewed external source of the definition of the notion.
- An article on a googological notion defined in a Googology Wiki user blog post which has not passed the voting system.
For example, an article on a large number \(X\) should include a valid source on \(X\) itself. Even if a reference can be a valid external source of another large number \(Y\), it cannot be a valid source of \(X\) unless it is the first source or a peer-reviewed source of \(X\).
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