Do not remove correct and sourced information

When the creator updated the source, please do not remove the old description. Just add new information. This wiki is not a base of a new study, but is a platform to collect existing studies.

p-adic 22:06, 14 October 2020 (UTC)

@the creator

Do you know what a source means? Do you understand why we need a source? What you are doing is to insist that the ill-definedness clearly pointed out by others were wrong but to change the definition by replacing the source. How dishonest? Since you are doing this inappropriate attitude, your "source" is completely unreliable. If someone points out errors, you will just insist that your work is well-defined from the beginning, and replace the article and the source. If you really think that it is well-defined from the beginning, why should you change the definition? Please be honest. Please remember that your "source" is not peer-reviewed, and hence can include many errors. Please keep in mind that ignoring all errors pointed by others by insisting "it is well-defined" is non-sense.

p-adic 23:12, 14 October 2020 (UTC)

@the creator If you want to update the information, JUST ADD it. DO NOT simultaneously remove correct and sourced information. Even if you repeat it, I will simply revert it by the same reason.

p-adic 23:55, 14 October 2020 (UTC)

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