User:DanielCD

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I'm Daniel.

I have a BS in Environmental Science and Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, with minors in English and Chemistry. I work at NASA as an Environmental Scientist. I love anything geology or mineralogy related. Other than that, I'm interested in anything scientific or historical, especially WWII.

I haven't bothered to count all the articles I've started, but I can say it has been a while. My height of contribution was around 2004-05. The last few years I have been more of a Wikignome, doing copyediting and taking care of minor administrative issues.

I have been interested in the systematic biases in Wikipedia, many that trickle in from popular and corporate culture.

If you need any help, feel free to leave me a message on my talk page.


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If an article needs references but you are unable to find them yourself, you can tag the article with the templates {{unreferenced}} or {{Primarysources}}. It is often more useful to indicate specific statements that need references, by tagging those statements with {{fact}}, which can be placed in the same place you would place an inline reference.

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I award you this barnstar for your commendable handling of Erik Beckjord in both article and user forums. -Cuchullain
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This is awarded to you for making Wikipedia a better place and for your valued assisstance to me. Martial Law
Awarded to DanielCD for patient, erudite work fighting POV in some of the most difficult and fraught areas of Wikipedia... Herostratus 08:37, 14 February 2006 (UTC)


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