A node's reputation is, for the most part, a reflection of how your peers view what you have written.
Peers? Peers? "Peer review" usually involves (careful) selection. Academic journals have "peer reviews", and that
doesn't involve letting anyone with a subscription vote
on a submission. Instead, a (hopefully) knowlingly board
selects people to review the submission. Unlike the situation
at Perlmonks where anyone and his dog can create one or more
accounts and vote. Now, I'm not going to argue about the rest
of your article, but a node's reputation isn't decided by
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