Every stack exchange site has the same basic principal, "cite when you write".
Backup your scholarly claim which you are making.
Are even may not be wrong but will come down eventually, if the community understands and adheres by their role and rules of voting.
So, for an explorer, what remains is the trust the whole community together provides that some answer which is on top is correct and relevant.
There are not many scholars out here who can freshly answer your question. But experts of this site can come closer to being one with the support of the rest of the community, when the answerer can stay assured that he will be corrected by the rest of the community either by down voting, or informing what's wrong in the comments (in case if he is trying to act smart).