It seems a recent study finds that Wikipedia articles are just about as accurate as conventional encyclopedias, and the more editors an article has the more reliable it seems to be.
So, everyone should visit Wikipedia and if you spot errors do the obvious: fix them!
To kick things off, here are some selected wikipedia entries on thermoelectrics. Start with these entries:
- Thermoelectric Effect
- Thermoelectric Cooling
- Bismuth Telluride
- Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators
If everyone pitches in only a few edits, the Wikipedia entries can improve dramatically. We could start a Wiki of our own on this site, but Wikipedia does it so well and reaches a much wider audience.
It is in everyone’s interest, I think, to build on the start at Wikipedia.