I am going to give you two facts about Wikipedia, and if they don't help make up your mind, then you may be beyond assistance from adults.
Taner Akcam. Have you ever heard of him? He is an author and professor who teaches about Turkey's role in Armenia. He has political opponents around the world who hold more nationalistic views of Turkey. One day, Akcam was flying from Minnesota to Montreal, to deliver a lecture at a university there. He missed the lecture because he was detained for 4 hours in the airport. Why? Airport security looked him up on Wikipedia and they read that Taner Akcam was involved with terrorist organizations. Even though this was false information maliciously entered into Wikipedia, Akcam's civil rights were violated.
Here's another fact. The Wikipedia article about Jackson, Michigan recently corrected a piece of misinformation about Abraham Lincoln. The article had said that Lincoln attended the first convention of the Republican Party, in Jackson. The thing is, Lincoln only ever visited Michigan once in his life, and it was a trip to Kalamazoo and had nothing to do with the convention in Jackson. Guess how long this error persisted in Wikipedia? A few minutes? A day or two? A week?
No, the error was in place for 600 days, Peace-Heart.
That's why you are a fool if you think Wikipedia, on its own, should be considered a reliable source of information.