Always cite your sources.
As Carl Sagan would say, paraphrasing Laplace in 'Théorie analytique des probabilités':
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence".
Nothing makes me want to leave a page/post/book/website/blog more than a bold claim with no evidence.
Maybe what you are saying is absolutely correct, and its impact is huge, so why deprive it of its value by not citing your sources and not providing proof?
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