你在中文维基百科上看到的古俄罗斯历史很可能是虚构的。一个中国人写了上百万字，修改 4800 多次，总计 206 个词条，骗过了无数教授和学生，在维基百科上 “ 创作 ” 了浩瀚而自洽的古俄罗斯历史。她把维基百科写成了幻想小说，10 年都没有被人发现。
伊凡正在网上连载《穿越世界的君士坦丁堡》，一本设定在欧洲和东罗马帝国的奇幻小说。6 月份，为了写小说，他在维基百科上搜索资料，查到一座“卡申银矿”。它于 1344 年被发现，是特维尔大公国的重要资金来源。
最离谱的是，这条维基百科里的参考文献是 2005 年出版的论文 “ Mineframe 系统中的矿石和底层矿床进行建模 ”。也就是说，1344 年被开采的卡申银矿，用的是 21 世纪最先进的全自动采矿系统。
编辑 “ 卡申银矿 ” 的维基用户叫折毛。伊凡等人核查了折毛的记录，发现她不是虚构了卡申银矿，而是虚构了半部俄罗斯古代史。
维基百科另一个词条显示，为了抢占卡申银矿的所有权，一场特维尔-莫斯科战争足足打了 180 年。但这场战争完全是为了证明卡申银矿的存在才被折毛编出来的，并且有近百个历史人物在这场战争中登场又谢幕。
顺着这条线索摸下去，伊万发现了这座谎言 “ 矿坑 ” 下面的别有洞天，简直就是一个巨型谎言矩阵：200 多个维基百科的古俄罗斯史词条全是折毛胡编的。
鞑靼人大起义前，俄罗斯人和鞑靼人壁垒分明，“ 非必要不接触 ”。这个表述，一看就是疫情时代的人写的。
一开始的战局对俄罗斯当局极为不利，鞑靼叛乱军的总数高达 80000 到 120000 人 ，将俄罗斯各地的驻军像孤岛一般分割开来。经历了多次大屠杀、内斗、叛乱、围歼战之后，鞑靼叛军首领的头颅被斩下，以叛军之首身份示众，战争结束。
做假的黄金法则是，只要用数字描述，看起来就能像那么回事。维基里写到，莫斯科-喀山战役中，莫斯科派出了 20000 名长柄枪手、12000 名弓弩手，5000 名博雅尔重装骑兵和 18 门青铜大炮。恐怕总指挥都没折毛数得清楚。
折毛用 9 万字来描鞑靼人大起义，引用了 100 多条参考文献，已经达到了硕士毕业论文的字数要求。为了让这场战争更可信一点，她还亲自绘制了一幅局势图，红黄蓝绿几方势力把俄罗斯瓜分殆尽。
大笔一挥，《 元史 》中成吉思汗攻打居庸关金军守兵的将士，统统被派遣到了西伯利亚高原，变成了了蒙古大军远征基辅俄罗斯的军队。没有出版过的中译本古俄罗斯史，已经穿越时空被折毛引用。
在维基百科里，她俨然成为了一名权威。维基百科上有专门的巡查员审核词条的真实性，但折毛竟然获得了 “ 巡查豁免 ”。
有不少专门研究历史的维基用户赠送她星章，感谢她 “ 在古俄罗斯历史条目上贡献专业知识 ”。其中不乏专门研究历史的学者。
送过她星章的 Eric 现在表示非常惭愧，直呼不该迷信权威 ▼
2022 年 6 月 17 日，折毛被维基百科永久封禁，她编写的词条也被删除殆尽。
我们的信念曾经多次穿透现实。2009 年 2 月 23 日的解放日报就是一个证据。
当时，网友们的嘴比今天臭多了，他们把卧槽泥马挂在嘴上，还把它做成了百度词条，说卧槽泥马是出自《战国策》的典故，“ 形容识人不明。表示明明其能力不足，但上位者因为种种原因或糊涂，任其肆意妄为 ”。
一位博士把卧槽泥马的百度百科当真了。他向解放日报解释跳槽时说，卧槽与跳槽并非完全对立，否则就可能变成一匹 “ 卧槽泥马 ”。
In 10 years, Ivan was the first person to discover that there was something wrong with the history of ancient Russia in Chinese Wikipedia.
Ivan is serializing Constantinople across the World, a fantasy novel set in Europe and the Eastern Roman Empire. In June, in order to write a novel, he searched Wikipedia and found a “Kashin silver mine”. It was discovered in 1344 and is an important source of funding for the Grand Duchy of Teville.
There are ten thousand free men and thirty thousand slaves working in the Kashin silver mine, which is the equivalent of a small city. But such a large silver mine has not been recorded anywhere else.
In the spirit of realism, Ivan sent the Kashin silver mine to his friends for confirmation, but they could not find any shadow of the Kashin silver mine on the Internet. Then he asked foreign students in Russia to check the Kashin silver mine in Russian. As a result, the Kashin silver mine could not be found from Moscow to Kiev, from the South Pole to the North Pole.
Most outrageous of all, this Wikipedia reference is the 2005 paper “Modeling ores and underlying deposits in the Mineframe system”. In other words, the Kashin Silver Mine, which was mined in 1344, uses the most advanced fully automatic mining system in the 21st century.
Either Wikipedia is fake, or Ivan travels to a parallel space-time. Even Ivan, who writes fantasy novels, thinks the first reason is more reliable.
The second reference is an automated mining system.
The Wikipedia user who edited the Kashin Silver Mine is called folding hair. Ivan and others checked the record of folding hair and found that she did not make up the Kashin silver mine, but made up half of the ancient history of Russia.
Another Wikipedia entry shows that a Teville-Moscow war took 180 years to seize ownership of the Kashin silver mine. But the war was made up entirely to prove the existence of the Kashin silver mine, and nearly a hundred historical figures appeared and ended the war.
Following this clue, Ivan found a different hole under the lie “mine”. It was a giant lie matrix: more than 200 Wikipedia entries on ancient Russian history were all made up.
Hutan, the son of Toyang, did not exist, the Kazan campaign in Russia during the chaotic period did not exist, the Tatar uprising did not exist, and the all-Russian Gentry Conference in 1598 did not exist.
Folding hair obviously performs Genesis in Wikipedia, and she is the God of the folding Russian universe.
The furred universe is intertwined. In the Tatar uprising, folding hair created hundreds of Russian names, involving more than a dozen forces. Some people are real, some people are completely fictional, folding hair for her fictional characters also created wiki entries.
Before the Tatar uprising, the Russians and the Tatars had clear barriers and “no contact unless necessary.” At first glance, this expression was written by people in the epidemic era.
At first, the war was extremely disadvantageous to the Russian authorities, with the total number of Tatar rebels reaching 80000 to 120000, dividing the troops stationed across Russia like isolated islands. After many massacres, infighting, rebellion, siege and annihilation, the head of the Tatar rebel leader was chopped off as the head of the rebel army, and the war ended.
Isn’t this bigger than the Lord of the Rings?
The golden rule of faking is that as long as you describe it in numbers, it looks like that. Vikiri wrote that in the Moscow-Kazan battle, Moscow sent 20000 long-handle gunmen, 12000 crossbowmen, 5000 Boyar heavy cavalry and 18 bronze cannons. I’m afraid the commander-in-chief doesn’t even have a clear count.
Folding hair uses 90,000 words to describe the uprising of the Tatar National people’s Congress, quoting more than 100 references, which has reached the word requirement of the master’s graduation thesis. In order to make the war more credible, she also drew a picture of the situation in which Russia was carved up by the forces of red, yellow, blue and green.
Fengmao later admitted that if she could spend this effort on her study, she should be able to really understand Russian history.
Although the references cited by folding hair are all real papers, they have nothing to do with ancient Russia.
With a stroke of a pen, Genghis Khan’s officers and soldiers who attacked the Jin garrison at Juyongguan were all sent to the Siberian plateau and became an army of the Mongol army on an expedition to Kiev and Russia. The unpublished Chinese translation of ancient Russian history has been quoted by folded hair through time and space.
Silver coins of unknown origin are put on the page.
What kind of person is folding hair? She said in Wikili that she is a Han with some Manchu ancestry, my father is a diplomat in Russia, married to a Russian, and she is an associate doctor in Russian history.
But in fact, she not only doesn’t know Russian, but also doesn’t know English. She’s just an unemployed high school graduate at home. In her apology letter, she said she was about to give birth and was under a lot of financial pressure and would withdraw from the wiki circle. With the loss of a new star in the literary world, China’s fantasy literature will stagnate for ten years.
Over the past decade, most of the entries searched in Chinese Wikipedia by countless experts and scholars who have been ploughing Russian history for many years come from the fantasies of a high school graduate. I get excited when I think about it. This is a peasant uprising in academic circles. Would you rather have the guts of a scholar from the Yangtze River?
She has become an authority on Wikipedia. Wikipedia has special inspectors to check the authenticity of the entry, but folding hair has been granted “inspection exemption”.
Many wiki users who specialize in history have given her star medals to thank her for her “expertise in ancient Russian history entries.” Among them, there are many scholars who specialize in history.
Eric, who gave her a star medal, is now very ashamed, saying that she should not be superstitious about authority.
It is said that fold hair painstakingly invented thousands of years of history, just to win a literary tour.
The so-called Wenyou is a word game carried out purely by imagination.
At the beginning of the game, each player is assigned a role, such as Putin and Biden. Each player takes action through words, such as allowing Putin to deploy 100,000 infantry to the Bering Strait.
The premise of all this is that Putin can do the same in reality. Therefore, a referee will go to Wikipedia to check the information.
In order to win a literary tour, Zhe Mao added a luxurious Kashin silver mine to his Teville Duchy in Wikipedia. In order to make the silver mine more real, she made up a war; to make the war more real, she made up an uprising; in order to make the uprising more real, she made up a currency.
On June 17, 2022, folding hair was permanently banned by Wikipedia, and her entries were deleted.
After being exposed, folding Mao made an impassioned statement on his wiki page, sprinkling thousands of words, crying bitterly and repentance. The authority of Wikipedia has also been questioned, turning Wikipedia into a pseudo-encyclopedia on its own. Fortunately, there is no evidence to suggest that there is any paper citing the data of folding hair.
In fact, whether the Kashin Silver Mine really exists or not has any impact on our lives. It exists because we believe it exists.
I now believe that the Kashin Silver Mine was really popular 500 years ago and became a source of wealth and power for some powerful and powerful people. Believing that the Kashin Silver Mine exists, I can get a romantic story in which there is a stubborn creator who designs his own universe on Wikipedia.
Our beliefs have penetrated reality many times. The Liberation Daily of February 23, 2009 is a case in point.
At that time, the mouth of netizens was much smelly than it is today. they talked about the shit mud horse and made it into a Baidu entry, saying that shit mud horse is an allusion from the “warring States policy”. It means that they are obviously incompetent, but the superior is allowed to act recklessly for a variety of reasons or confusion.
A doctor took shit’s Baidu encyclopedia seriously. Explaining job-hopping to Jiefang Daily, he said that shit is not completely opposed to job-hopping, otherwise he may become a “shit mud horse.”
Now I wonder if the warring States Policy is also a fake.