Who am I?
|Picture of the day|
The Mark IV tank was introduced by the British in May 1917 to fight in World War I. The "female" version, as pictured here, was armed with five machine guns. Production of the Mark IV ceased at the end of the War in 1918. A small number served briefly with other combatants afterwards.
This Mark IV tank, on display in Ashford, Kent, was presented to the town after the end of World War I. The engine was removed to install an electricity substation inside it, though this substation was subsequently removed; the tank's interior is now empty.
Where I stand
I am a Disciplined Deletionist: there's room in this encyclopedia for an amazing amount of information, but the well-pruned tree grows the most gracefully. That said, I believe it is important not to delete information unilaterally, and I adhere to the policies shaped by the Wikipedia community at large.
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Articles I've created
Abner Mason - Adam7 algorithm - AIM - Albert Hoffman - Alberta Advantage - Alice and Martin Provensen - Altocumulus mackerel sky - Alizé - Antibubble - Anti-twister - Antumbra - Arkhon Infaustus - Artificial human companions - Atmospheric circulation - Aurorae Sinus - Australia Mars Analog Research Station - Baby Carrot - Balefire - Big Brothers and Sisters of Canada - Bill Henderson - Birger Bohlin - Black May - Books Through Bars - Burdei - Canadair CL-215 - Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Canadian Cancer Society - Canadian Diabetes Association - Canadian Foreign Intelligence Agency - Children's Wish Foundation of Canada - Chital - Chromoly - CJCA - Claire Lawrence - Classics (Sarah Brightman album) - Cleanfeed - Community league - Contest pilot - Cosmic year (astronomy) - Crash test dummy - Crimson Moonlight - Crystal Plamondon - Cumulus congestus - Cumulus humilis - Cumulus mediocris - Darwinian poetry - Demerol - Demiculverin - Devon, Alberta - Devon Island - Devonian Botanical Garden - Depressant - Dipleidoscope - Easter Seals (Canada) - Ecosystem engineer - Edmonton, Queensland, Australia - Edmonton Heritage Festival - Elaida do Avriny a'Roihan - Esrom - Eureka Flag - European Mars Analog Research Station - First-person interpretation - Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station - Foster Parents Plan - Franco-Albertan - Galactic year - Ganienkeh - Gayomard - George Hadley - Golam Azam - Guillaume Sayer - Hadley cell - Harold Mertz - Haughton-Mars Project - High (atmospheric) - Hybrid III - Hythe, Alberta - Intertropical convergence zone - Isopycnal - Jana Sterbak - Johann Heinrich Schultz - John Mace Grunsfeld - JS Woodsworth - Kapoot Clown Theater - Kemble's Cascade - Lac La Biche, Alberta - Lawrence Patrick - Lead glass - Leslie C. Peltier Award - Lesson plan - Lillian Smith - List of gender names - List of molecules with unusual names - List of unpopulated professions - Low (atmospheric) - Margaret Garner - Marmot Basin - Mars Institute - Mashya and Mashyana - Mass deaths and atrocities of the twentieth century - May-december romance - Microfungus - Milk River, Alberta - Mill Woods - Moon Se-gwang - Morgase Trakand - Myrnam, Alberta - National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act - Panofsky Prize - National Parole Board of Canada - Pascal Lee - Peculiar galaxy - Petrodollar - Pietro Monte - Plasmodium knowlesi - PlayTape - Polar Easterlies - Press agent - Psicose - Púca - Richard Eaton (choral director) - Richard Eaton Singers - Richard Lassels - Robert Liston - Robert's Quartet - Roy Atwell - Roy Forbes - Royal Tyrrell Museum - Saint Paulin - Samuel W. Alderson - Scale (spatial) - Scutelleridae - Shari Ulrich - Siuan Sanche - Southern Oscillation - Sparticle - Stone baby - Stoney Indians - Takagawa Kaku - The Chi-Lites - The Collectors - The Songs of a Sourdough - Thermal equator - Thermal loop - Thermopsis rhombifolia - Thiabendazole - Thingamajig - Third-person interpretation - Tor Bergeron - Tudjaat - Totalitarian democracy - UHF (band) - Valdy - Vegreville, Alberta - Weather lore - Weather stick - Whipper Billy Watson - Wikipedia:Esperanza/Reach out - Wildflowers of the Canadian Rocky Mountains - William Ferrel - Wind - Window film - Wingspread - Withdrawal - Wolseley Expedition - Woody Strode - Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park - Yibal - York boat
Articles I've contributed to
3147 Samantha - 3753 Cruithne - 53 Arietis - Addiction - Age disparity in sexual relationships - Agouti-related peptide - Alberta - Alex Olmedo - Alexander Masters - Apparent magnitude - Balefire - Bermuda triangle - Bleep censor - Brett Raymond - BMX - BRLESC - Cantenna - Carbon nanotube - Chicken wire - Clinical depression - Cloud - Cock rock - Communicable disease reporting - Concepts in the Wheel of Time series - Convection cell - Conway's Soldiers - COPEI - Crioulo (horse) - Culture of Alberta - Dead Celebrity Status - Domestic virtue - Drug addiction - Effects of the automobile on societies - Ella Guru - Elsie the Cow - Eric Werge Hamber - Euphemism - Eureka Stockade - Exploding rat - Food poisoning - Fun People - Groom of the stool - Henri Pitot - Hinton, Alberta - Holocaust (disambiguation) - Hydrocarbons on other planets - Iscandar - Jiro Minami - Kissel Motor Car Company - List of oxymora - List of strange units of measurement - List of words having different meanings in British and American English - Lapse rate - Maia - Meme - Mars - Mars Desert Research Station - Mumbai (Images) - N'kisi - Padiddle - Pappu Sain - PC-9801 - Pea - Pleiades (star cluster) - Rahvin - Rayleigh number - Rhacodactylus trachyrhynchus - Rocket fuel - Saartje Baartman - Sachs-Wolfe effect - Saint Trudpert - Sexsmith, Alberta - Shahjahanpur - Sigaloseps - Shit or get off the pot - Slang and offensive terms for police officers - Snowy Owl - Stealth ship - The Culture of Disbelief - Tropopause - Ulthar - West Edmonton Mall (photo) - Wildflower (photo) - Zahra Kazemi
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Articles of note
To work on
- Kids With Cancer Society
- Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
- The Lung Association
- Uncles at Large
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