We have a bunch of facts we use both for advocacy and for scientific research that we cite often. I spend a good amount of time at #MEAction providing citations to other advocates, and I know that advocates spend hours... and hours... and hours searching for the right citation to support a fact they know they've "heard somewhere". I think it would be a great boon to the community to create a list of the most important facts we use often, along with their citations -- first being certain that the data really does originate there and hasn't been cited mistakenly in a long, unbroken line. Which happens a lot. Given the ridiculous number of these, and how long this thread could potentially become, I'm going to suggest that we work in a Google doc and I'm going to make big categories so that similar facts end up in about the same place. I'm all for MEpedia being a living document, but usually only after the bare minimum has been formulated offline. Once we get a skeleton going, I'll create a page on MEpedia so that people can add additional things as they find them. A general note: Please don't just paste facts & their citations here -- add your suggestions to the doc. This thread is for conversation about how best to collate or categorize these facts, or to ask for help finding a fact you think is important but cannot locate. This could be a really useful project, and I thank anyone in advance who can participate.