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About Me via UserBoxes
I am Coinmanj, I'm a Wikipedian from Murfreesboro, TN. I have extensive education and/or work experience in physics, politics, history, numismatics, pharmacology and theology. I use Wikipedia a lot and usually contribute by making small corrections to pages or adding references...with the occasional large edit.
I supported Ron Paul for president in 2008 and 2012. I am currently the secretary of the Rutherford County Campaign for Liberty and was the treasurer of the Rutherford County Young Republicans for 2013-14.
I also have Asperger's and for me that includes an obsession with numbers and data. So, I've kept track of all my edits and to-date I have contributed over 1,059 kilobyte's worth of text edits to Wikipedia (includes talk & user pages). Coinmanj (talk) 02:53, 4 July 2014 (UTC)
For more information on the articles I have created, about the articles to which I have greatly contributed, and other OCD-ish stats of mine please see here.
Citizen Science Projects
I am/have been apart of:
Stardust@home with over 2,200 samples classified (see my Duster of the Month interview)
NASA's Be A Martian
World Community Grid
I participate in a total of 12 Zooniverse projects and have made over 6,000 classifications.
Aside from my domestic political work I am also taking part in a project aimed at mapping the whole of North Korea, its monuments, military sites, economic areas and other places. So far I have marked over 5,150 new places.
I've decided to use my knowledge of North Korea to help out in the NK working group here on Wiki.
Here's my "book" of DPRK related Wiki articles which covers its history, military, economy, human rights and much more. (contains 139 articles)
I also have a similar mapping project for my home state of Tennessee and I've marked around 2,200 places.
I have a political blog covering Murfreesboro and Rutherford County.
There's my blog dealing with North Korea.
I can't stand the constant myths & rumors that fly around the Internet and so I've created a myth busting blog that tackles myths I encounter on my Facebook page. It is fairly popular, at times receiving over 20k reads a month.
And finally, my personal blog. It has a lot of my thoughts on politics, philosophy etc.
Just a basic chart of what I know of my ancestry.