lucy24 - 2:11 am on Aug 13, 2013 (gmt 0)
You're not a native speaker of English, are you? There's generally a difference between native-speaker mistakes and non-native-speaker mistakes.
Things that jumped up and hit me in the face:
I have vast knowledge
You personally know, or you have access to the collected knowledge? Are you yourself the world's leading authority, or do you simply know where to find the experts?
so called "authors"
I seriously doubt you meant this the way it looks. (The phrase "so called" and the quotation marks are each, separately, suspect.) Unless you're taking a jab at specific experts whose expertise you disagree with.
Again, as above. Unless there's something about the subject you're not telling us. ("Certain books-- and you know the ones I mean, heh heh.")
I'm a bit late
Think you can catch up? Here I suspect you meant "slow".
until they don't ban
Until they ban? So long as they don't ban?
How good is Google's English these days? Probably not good enough, considering how many spam sites still have to get manually cut, even when they are obviously gibberish. But even if the search engine can't always tell when something is flawlessly written, why take chances?
Then again, if you're replicating non-English content in a language google doesn't know very well, you may be home free. (It can't be a language google doesn't know at all, because those don't support AdSense.)