I have spotted a question with 10K+ views and an accepted answer with 10 votes:
It happens that the accepted answer has inaccuracies which do not fit a simple comment to be fixed, and there are another fifteen answers with lots to do in common.
My question is about whether it is worthy or not to try adding a more accurate answer to such old question with an established (yet questionable) answer. I just know it will not get enough visibility and probably will have no chance to be a game-changing answer, given the time elapsed since the establishment of such question.
I feel like I have the duty to make things clearer, but on the other hand, I just know it will most likely be some wasted research lost among lots of background noise.
What do you think?