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Latest revision as of 23:14, 28 January 2016
The Mem Research wiki (also known as "The M Files") is an encyclopedia of sorts and more. It is an important component of the larger website, which discusses somewhat esoteric topics, including conspiracy theory, Mormonism, and even how these two topics relate. For now, it is the record of one person's investigations.
Wiki content management is currently restricted to registered users, but if you would like to contribute, click the Contact link on the menu bar of the Mem Research home page and let us know.
How to use this wiki
One of the great advantages of an online encyclopedia is its ability to carry hyperlinks between documents or to external resources. Links to other wiki entries will appear like this. Links to external pages (including Wikipedia) will look like this. Subjects which have no current entry in this wiki, but for which an entry is planned, (or had no entry at the time a related article was being written and the link has not yet been updated) will look like this, because my modifications to the wiki's color scheme make this standard markup for a non-existent page indistinguishable from the appearance of a valid page link.