User:Michael Greiner

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Michael Greiner will be editing sporadically for the foreseeable future, but will still be checking in every few days. If you need to contact me urgently, use the e-mail this user tool, but only if this is a true situation.
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Very low level of vandalism. 114/2 according to VoxelBot 00:00, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

Michael Greiner is an experimental android designed through years 1967-1988, and whose initial production was completed in the year 1990. The android, officially designated by its creators as MG-001, utilizes an extremely advanced form of evolving artificial intelligence that operates on the same processing level that the average human brain would, albeit with modified data storage/relay systems that are able to absorb and utilize data mere milliseconds after it has been detected.

MG-001 is composed of an incredibly intricate network of biomechanical hardware and materials that allow for a near-perfect simulation of human growth and development, including the processing and excretion of organic materials for the absorption of energy and maintenance of simulated homeostasis. The android's 'skin' is actually a highly advanced system of minute 'scales' made of synthetic fibers that mimic almost exactly the appearance, texture, and function of human skin. Materials that are extracted from food and fueling materials are used to create simulated sweat, tears, hairs, etc. A blood-like fluid is made using similar materials, and the cellular-level functions of this fluid are carried out by nanomachines.

As of 2007, the android MG-001 has only ever been rivaled or defeated in any contest of mental skill by a high school student named Daniel Manton.

NOTE: This user is not a bot, but a human being, no matter what the above says. /sandbox /vandal log

To Do[edit]

  1. Get Terry Labonte to GA-status
  2. Write season summary for 2006 New York Yankees season
  3. Maintain and improve articles for Wikipedia:WikiProject New York Yankees

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My Images[edit]

All images were taken by a Canon Powershot SD1200, Kodak Easyshare CX7530, or a Motorola RIZR Z3.

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This editor is a Veteran Editor, and is entitled to display this Iron Editor Star
This editor is a Tutnum, and is entitled to display this Book of Knowledge
Yankee stadium exterior.jpg The Order Of The Yankees
Michael Greiner has been awarded The Order Of The Yankees Emblem for his noble Yankee related mark-ups, taking four hours to complete! Thanks! ThirdPoliceman 22:18, 24 June 2007 (UTC)
Original Barnstar.png The Original Barnstar
Belated award for all your work on the "Weird Al" Yankovic article, and all the work on the article's talk page. Keep it up! ~~ Gromreaper(Talk)/(Cont) 06:42, 30 June 2007 (UTC)

-WarthogDemon 22:26, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

Nice job on the speedy deletions. After I added the db-tag you deleted it before I could even warn the author. Your doing great!--Sunny910910 (talk|Contributions) 03:15, 29 December 2007 (UTC)

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