Is Ars Technica a reliable source?
This corresponds to a score of 77* resp. the grade B+ (good).
|very good||A+||> 89|
|A||89 - 84|
|A-||83 - 79|
|good||B+||78 - 74|
|B||73 - 69|
|B-||68 - 63|
|satisfactory||C+||62 - 58|
|C||57 - 53|
|C-||52 - 47|
|sufficient||D+||46 - 44|
|D||43 - 40|
|D-||39 - 37|
|poor||E+||36 - 33|
|E||32 - 30|
|E-||29 - 26|
The breakdown of the points follows below.
The director of Italy’s Galleria dell'Accademia has invited parents and students from a Florida charter school to view Michelangelo’s “David” in person ... Show more
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In his latest contribution, the astrophysicist Andreas Müller deals with the question of whether the earth's core is still rotating. ⬇️
- "Very high"
- "Low Bias"
- "Ars Technica ist ein Blog über Technologie- und Webthemen,"
- MBFC-rating was not found.
- There are no failed fact checks to date.
- There are no journalism awards won to date.
- There have been no press council rulings against the source to date.
- There are no evaluations of studies available to date.