Any idea on how to rewrite perfectly an article so as even the original author wont recognize it ?
That's not how you should think at all. Write something yourself. Sure you can take inspiration, sure you can even quote a little if you make it obvious it's a quotation. But keep the bulk you. If you can't write enough of a hub with mostly your input you obviously don't know enough to write about it in the first place.
You're asking writers. We'd all be totally disgusted if you took one of our articles, rewrote it and claimed it as yours.
you can take ideas from it, but to make it so the author wouldn't recognize it... not a good idea.
@Uninvited Writer, you're right. I think the better to do is to write your own article! Good to give it a try...
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