User talk:Alexbrn

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“The thing that it's about for me – what it's really about, is just ... really sweet people, er, there are all these really sweet people who are ... they just get online and they are typing and instead of yelling at each other or just having a conversation or reading about gossip or whatever, they're trying to build something that everybody else will find useful. I just think it's really sweet. Really nice people.” — Jimbo Wales


This user seems to be in denial about his COI (see the essay linked from his sig). I have looked long and hard but cannot find any comparable debate about whether giving measurable doses of pharmacologically active substances can cause objectively measurable effects on the body. Guy (Help!) 19:53, 2 September 2014 (UTC)

In my view the linked essay does not properly reflect the community consensus expressed at WP:COI/N - and its text embodies (yes) a denial. More generally I think there is a neutrality problem for the acupuncture article, but the problematic editing there (of all kinds) has driven me away and I don't see any clean solution in prospect. Alexbrn talk|contribs|COI 20:15, 2 September 2014 (UTC)