My opinion is that semi-scientific information (properties of nature, raw materials or detailed explanations of what something is in regards to nature and science, outside of what is needed to make it basically clear) should not be included on the wiki. My reasoning is that a wiki solely about biblical content should not document circumstances of nature, since the Bible does not include this. The writers of the Bible used phenomenological language and did not have science as we have today.
Oftentimes the writers of Scripture did not necessarily have a correct knowledge of something relating to nature. This is not to say what they wrote was erroneous, but they used language and description understood and acceptable to their time. There is not an indication that God revealed any such properties of nature to the writers of the Bible, nor was that necessary for the Bible. I lean towards the idea that perhaps as a wiki on the Bible we should focus more on the perception of natural phenomena in the cultural context (within reason, we can't be ignorant of modern day science). Any thoughts and debate would be appreciated.
Superdadsuper, Bible Wiki Administrator and Bureaucrat 00:13, June 22, 2018 (UTC)