As this site is aiming to be a verifed reputable source of information I think we need to discuss what to do with answers that are clearly not based on science, but rather on some spiritual guru's teachings without any kind of research or paper or even as much as a Wikipedia article backing it up.
Yesterday I encountered an user danny_boy. Some of the claims he made are:
Healthy kidneys can work out 6 cups per day comfortably
Eyes are connected to the liver. Weakness in the eyes means weakness of the liver, and vice-versa.
In one of his comments he said the most disturbing claim I've seen regarding the human body:
For example, people like kissing because tounge is connected with the heart, and that is why during kissing people feel their heartbeat increase, and "butterflies" etc... In the same way there is a connection between eyes and liver. One example is my friend who was drinking coca cola extensively and damaged his liver that way - he has poor eyesight now
The source he mentions is http://thegreattao.com. On the site there's no citation to any paper or clinical trial.
So the question is: Should we require users to cite a credible source in their answers? What if they don't have one? Or if it's not deemed credible? What sources should be consider credible?