Wikenigma assigns 'Importance Ratings' to some pages.
The idea is to separate articles which are considered (by the editors) to cover exceptionally important unknown issues from those which (although also unknown) are probably not so important. For example, the fact that no-one knows howform wouldn't normally be considered as important as the fact that no-one understands what causes .
If a page doesn't have a rating, that doesn't mean it's unimportant - but that some other articles may be more important (or, it hasn't been rated yet).
Note: As with the rest of the content, the ratings are available for editing, and may change over time.
The tables below show links to examples of articles which have been given Importance Ratings (alphabetical order)
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