User talk:Ben Standeven

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Welcome to the Wikipedia[edit]

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Feel free to ask me anything the links and talk pages don't answer. You can sign your name by typing 4 tildes, like this: ~~~~.

Be Bold!

Sam [Spade] 04:08, 30 Jul 2004 (UTC)


Just a quick note of thanks for your cleanup and additions on Astrodynamics. Good job. JesseW 19:01, 10 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Joshua[edit]

The version I was working on during protection is at Historicity of Jesus/. Its got a bit stalled, due to my involvement in quite a lot of other talk pages. CheeseDreams 16:44, 24 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Ive almost finished a section now at Jesus and syncretism CheeseDreams 15:11, 28 Nov 2004 (UTC)

WikiProject Jesus[edit]

In order to try to work out the relationship between all the various pages and hopefully get some consensus, Mpolo has opened a WikiProject to centralize discussion and debate. We've got several "conflicted" pages at the moment, and without centralizing discussion, it's going to get very confusing. Please join the project, if you're interested in the topic, and start discussions on the talk page. (We need to create a to-do list, but Mpolo thinks the current state is too conflicted to decide even that.) CheeseDreams 17:03, 24 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Putting a link here[edit]

Putting this link here will undoubtably attract Slrubenstein and Sam Spade and company to the link destination. Nethertheless, would you like to comment?

Wikipedia:Requests for comment/CheeseDreams

Request[edit]

Could you take a look at Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/CheeseDreams You can comment on the talk page, or in "evidence" CheeseDreams 00:55, 11 December 2004

Pathos[edit]

They have just started another revert war at Historicity of Jesus CheeseDreams 14:19, 14 Dec 2004 (UTC)

To Do list[edit]

Could you add these two pages to your to do list, there is some extremely POV editing going on by TBSDY

  • 1 - and evidence of TBSDY's extreme POV editing there - [1]
  • 2 - and evidence of TBSDY's extreme POV editing there - [2] , [3], and most of all [4]

Also note that the critical books removed are the more respected of the group, but the ones left in more dubious. The same goes for trying to tie all of the aspects to people like Hislop, Freke, and Gandy. Also note that Freke & Gandy's book was regarded by the Daily Telegraph as "an erudite and well researched book stuffed with controversial ideas", and so inserting only the CNN viewpoint is a heavy and POV attempt to discredit it.

Here are some links you might find useful for commenting on TBSDY

Thanks. Good luck. And don't give in. And just to check what is going on

I've just seen this. Please, feel free to review my edits! Also be aware that this is most likely CheeseDreams commenting, however she has been blocked for a day for editing articles related to Christianity (and thus violating the ArbCom order) and then blocked for a week for using someone to edit for her as a proxy. - Ta bu shi da yu 01:59, 3 Feb 2005 (UTC)
Oh, and also I suggest that you carefully look at the edit history. I did not remove the book reviews that talks about the "erudite and well researched books (etc)" comment. That was another user, not related to me! - Ta bu shi da yu 02:00, 3 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Jesus[edit]

Please comment on Jguk's most recent actions [5], [6]. It seems to me that he is destroying what I thought was a carefully constructec (though not, of course perfect) NPOV article.Slrubenstein | Talk 15:14, 14 May 2005 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/Tiamat (Planet)[edit]

Why did you say "The result of the debate was keep" in Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/Tiamat (Planet) but you then you redirected the concerned article. [7]]. User:Denni put the article up for deletion based on his claim that it is "nonsense". Satori said: "Google search for "Zecharia Sitchin Tiamat" returns 1320 hits. So that's why I'm not sure if it qualifies for patent nonsense." and User:Wikiacc and I voted for keep. Delete lost and there were only 2 comments suggesting redirection. Can you please explain how you decided to redirect rather than just keep.--AI 3 July 2005 07:27 (UTC)

My impression is that votes for "keep" and "redirect" are pretty much synonymous; so when I noticed that the concensus was to keep, I decided to redirect on my own. If this planet Tiamat is an important figure in Sitchin's theories, I suppose you could undo the redirect. Ben Standeven 5 July 2005 02:11 (UTC)
Thank you for your answer, you made a fair decision. I have not really studied Sitchin's works, so I will mostly leave the editing to contributors who are more knowledgeable. However I am under the impression that Tiamat as a planet is an important topic in Sitchin's theories. For me, the dispute over this subject turned out to be an experiment in good faith (imho) which helped document some tactics used by Wikipedia contributors who are unfairly refusing contribution of information contradictory to their own POV.--AI 5 July 2005 06:36 (UTC)

Historical Jesus article[edit]

Hi Stephen, I would like to update the Historical Jesus article. Please go to my User:Peter Kirby/Historical Jesus page and look at what I have so far. Please comment on it concerning accuracy and NPOV, and provide other suggestions for improvement. I noticed you seemed to be the author of the bulk of the existing article, so I especially seek your input. Thanks for your help. --Peter Kirby 16:28, 13 August 2005 (UTC)

Noahide Laws in Category: Jewish Christian topics[edit]

There is a dispute over whether Noahide Laws should be included in this category, anyone with an opinion is asked to express it here: Talk:Noahide_Laws#Jewish_Christian_topics

Freemasonry[edit]

Please see Wikipedia's no personal attacks policy. Comment on content, not on the contributor; personal attacks damage the community and deter users. Note that continued personal attacks may lead to blocks for disruption. Please stay cool and keep this in mind while editing. Thank you. Ardenn 22:27, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

Please refrain from undoing other people's edits repeatedly. If you continue, you may be blocked from editing Wikipedia under the three-revert rule, which states that nobody may revert an article to a previous version more than three times in 24 hours. (Note: this also means editing the page to reinsert an old edit. If the effect of your actions is to revert back, it qualifies as a revert.) Thank you. Ardenn 22:00, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Freemasonry page :P[edit]

I noticed that your someone interested in the freemasonry page. If your gonna edit that page you need to be 100% sure that you follow all the wikipedia rules to a T, or some of the editors will try to get you banned immediatly. The big one, is make sure that you do not revert more then 3 times a day, if you violate it you will problary get posted up on the 3rr board within 10 minutes. A revert simply means changing something that someone recently changed, back to how it was before they changed it. It's not only 3 reverts on the same section either, someone can change one line in the article, which you revert, then someone changes the line back again, and you revert it, and then a 3rd person adds a link that you remove, and all of asudden you have a 3rr ban.

It's great to see new people editing the masonry article since I went on my little break. Please don't get discouraged by the intence wikilawyering going on there, and the warning tags, and messages that you will see pop up on your discussion page. If you have any questions feel free to ask me :p Seraphim 00:56, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Freemasonry Edits[edit]

Ben, were trying to cut the article down in size. There are sub-articles for things you're adding back in. The article is already longer than it should be. OzLawyer 19:30, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the citations[edit]

Just wanted to say thanks for adding those citations to Starfleet ranks and insignia, this is exactly the sort of thing I'd hoped would be added when I first raised the issue on the talk page back in June. :) Bryan 15:34, 16 August 2006 (UTC)


Second Temporal Dimension[edit]

Thanks for major work upgrading the article at Second Temporal Dimension. I appreciate your unbiased efforts to improve that article. Since the article has been almost totally re-written, I think the status of AfD'ing could be reconsidered; however, I am still wondering if we should just merge to String theory or F-theory articles and create a sub-section. Thanks again for your efforts and keep the citations coming! Nimur 13:07, 20 August 2006 (UTC)

Possible deletion of "consensus science" page[edit]

Sorry for the late notice, but I have recently nominated the "consensus science" page for deletion. For my arguments on this, please see that article's discussion page and its deletion page. Deletion policy says that I should tell frequent contributors to the page about the proposed deletion, and I only just saw this today.

Sorry for any inconvenience. Dicksonlaprade 16:04, 31 August 2006 (UTC)

Footnote in "Large countable ordinals"[edit]

You added a pointer to a footnote to Large countable ordinals, but I do not see the actual footnote. Did you do it correctly? JRSpriggs 04:19, 8 September 2006 (UTC)

Cranks[edit]

Nice work with the style improvements at Crank (person)! Let's see how long they last... Henning Makholm 23:29, 3 December 2006 (UTC)

Starfleet ranks and insignia[edit]

I have restored the enlisted block and modified the linked enlisted ranks article. I hate reverting other people unless they are vandalizing and I really want to evade a revert war. I have also altered the enlisted ranks article.

My main rationale is that Starfleet ranks and insignia should be a mere gallery of all rank insignias in a comparative manner and linked articles explaining the subject.

--Cat out 11:17, 23 December 2006 (UTC)

list of species in fantasy fiction[edit]

id like to hear your reason for removal of many things in that article. for instence, high elves are just as much a race rather then a species in warhammer as it is in the lord of the rings. why then would you remove the mention warhammer but not middle-earth?--Lygophile 01:04, 14 January 2007 (UTC)

well..[edit]

you may save yourself and other people a lot of work if you discuss such a thing on the added talkpage first. only mentioning the original source of a species in a list of species in fantasy fiction is rather stupid, since hardly any species in fantasy is not based on or directly a similar species in mythology or folklore, who based most of those species with creatures and people they found on adventures they were unfamiliar with. you really think the orc in the lord of the rings was tolkiens creation?O.o--Lygophile 01:23, 14 January 2007 (UTC)

Rv your edit to "E (mathematical constant)"[edit]

Hi, Ben!

I noticed you removed a formula from this article with the edit comment "second formula is wrong". This is to let you know I'm putting the formula back because it is correct. In fact, the first and second forms of the cf appearing in the article are equivalent in the sense that every successive truncation of each one yields the same rational convergent, so that they do in fact converge to the same irrational number e.

Have a great day!  ;^> DavidCBryant 22:44, 20 January 2007 (UTC)

Hey, Ben!

There's no need to apologize. I had been thinking that part of the article could do with a bit of cleanup anyway, so I added a few words of explanation (and a link to another article) which will (hopefully) make things a bit clearer for other readers. So thanks for prodding me to do something I should have done yesterday! DavidCBryant 01:42, 21 January 2007 (UTC)

Hypercomputation / Super-Turing Computation[edit]

Ben, please do get rid of Super-Turing computation. I entered into lengthy discussion with Kevin Baas on Talk:Hypercomputation and am sadly convinced that he is a crank beyond redemption. -- pde

Your edit to Christopher Michael Langan[edit]

Thanks for finding a much better quote for the footnote in Christopher Michael Langan. There had been some contention regarding its inclusion and finding a more appropriate quote was an excellent solution. --NightSky 14:20, 25 March 2007 (UTC)

Your edit to Essjay controversy[edit]

Ben, in this edit to Essjay controversy, you removed an Internet Archive link, with the comment, "the archived userpage does not make the cited claims."

The citation was where the asterisk is in the following text: "Although Essjay, who was also employed at Wikia, had claimed to hold doctoral degrees in theology and canon law as a tenured professor at a private university, he was in fact a community college dropout from Kentucky.* The discrepancy in credentials ..."

The archived userpage contains the following:

I am a tenured professor of theology at a private university in the eastern United States; I teach both undergraduate and graduate theology. I have been asked repeatedly to reveal the name of the institution, however, I decline to do so; I am unsure of the consequences of such an action, and believe it to be in my best interests to remain anonymous.

I hold the following academic degrees:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies (B.A.)
  • Master of Arts in Religion (M.A.R.)
  • Doctorate of Philosophy in Theology (Ph.D.)
  • Doctorate in Canon Law (JCD)

Clearly, that does "make the cited claims" that Essjay "had claimed to hold doctoral degrees in theology and canon law as a tenured professor at a private university".

Do you agree? If so, would you please consent to restoring this essential reference? -- BenTALK/HIST 00:18, 12 April 2007 (UTC)

Sorry; I was confusing it with the link to his Wikia page. I've put it back. Ben Standeven 00:23, 12 April 2007 (UTC)
Thanks! -- BenTALK/HIST 00:29, 12 April 2007 (UTC)

Please have a look at discussion page of anti de sitter space article[edit]

I made a comment regarding your edit 05:44, 29 December 2005. Any comments would be very helpful. Best regards 83.253.30.214 11:33, 21 July 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for your edits of the AdS article! It is much better now. Pierreback 13:05, 10 August 2007 (UTC)


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Read-only Turing machine[edit]

You caught me on a bad error. Thanks for the changes. However, I don't believe that 2DFAs with a stack cannot parse CFGs: see Talk:Read-only Turing machine to discuss. SamuelRiv (talk) 05:01, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

Aren't we a pair? (unordered)[edit]

Hi Ben: I noticed your edits to Jensen hierarchy -- I started the article b/c it was on the requested list, but I really only knew enough to know what books to crib from -- it needs work, to be sure, and thanks for taking an interest. I'll see if I can add any more, and welcome any help you can offer. Thanks! Zero sharp 01:19, 4 December 2007 (UTC)

Kardashev Scale[edit]

Hi, recently the Kardashev scale entry has gone through some major reverts, I'd like to talk about the reinstatement of the material. I've looked around and have seen that you've made some major contributions to the article and are interested in it's progress. I feel we need to talk about the reverts and reinstatement and talk about whether either are justified. Talk:Kardashev scale If you could help or add your two cents I'd really appreciate it. Thanks--Sparkygravity (talk) 01:41, 31 December 2007 (UTC)

Kardashev scale[edit]

I added antimatter yesterday, I just basically cut and pasted it from the anti-matter article... but I was thinking about deleting the energy figures and just leaving the orders of magnitude since all the energy figures would still be detailed on the anti-matter page... I think doing this might make the section on anti-matter more readable, be more consistent with the other changes I made to future development and be better suited to a non-professional audience. what do you think?--Sparkygravity (talk) 07:34, 30 January 2008 (UTC)

On your suggestion of trimming the antimatter section, I think it's a good idea. There's way too much detail there now, even after I moved the Tsar Bomba stuff to the intro. [If you follow Marskell's suggestion, you would need to put it in the new section, of course. Probably it should be attached to the discussion of Type I] Ben Standeven (talk) 07:44, 30 January 2008 (UTC)
ok that's cool, as far as the moving of the Tsar Bomba, I think it's fine, but may be removed later by folks who don't see it's point, I'm not sure how we could stress it's importance to those already familiar with figures of power and energy. Also the conversion of the watts (over time) into (joules) energy is not OR, since it's units, but the statement that ' Earth-level power reception produces this much energy roughly every two and a half seconds. ' looks like Original Research or it is begging for a[citation needed]. So I think we might want to reword it, or support it somehow.--Sparkygravity (talk) 17:00, 30 January 2008 (UTC)
I've changed it all to megatons; that way the paragraph isn't cluttered by exponents, and the power usage of the hypothetical Type I civilization is just a unit conversion. Ben Standeven (talk) 08:10, 30 January 2008 (UTC)

added my own work page please see User:Sparkygravity/Kardashev_Scale and tell me what you think.--Sparkygravity (talk) 19:21, 30 January 2008 (UTC)

Really it's only been you and me and user:beland who's added stuff lately to the Kardashev scale, I imagine you've read that I dispute the edits, we need more input on the talk page though. Could you read over everything and tell me what you think?--Sparkygravity (talk) 22:41, 1 February 2008 (UTC)

Hoff Summers[edit]

Good for you Ben. Mind you, I did alread point to Hoff Summers, didn't I? ;)

I won't bore you with the details, but there are feminists who do not accept her as a feminist. It all gets complicated. There are passionately uncompromising feminists who will still admit the misandry, and certainly embrace patriarchy as a pejorative, using androcentric when desiring to make more objective points.

Anyway, nice to have you around. I particularly appreciate you checking out the Nair. I reference-checked so much stuff when going through the list of "matriarchies" debunked in the literature, I finally got tired and stopped looking for refs for the -lineal and local stuff. Mind you, as you may have discovered already, sure enough, like Britannica et al say, the original ethnologists really do document patriarchy, despite how some attempted to reinterpret this during a certain period in recent Western history.

Stephen Goldberg noted at one point (I think in print, but it could have been online) that he'd actually got tired of researching each new society proposed as matriarchal. After doing this a couple of dozen times and always finding "tribal chiefs" and so on, he felt the most important thing he could communicate was the methodology of checking the primary sources. Published secondary sources can, and do, misrepresent these. However, he did say journal articles were much more reliable as secondary sources than books. Books are copy edited by publishers for purpose of sales. Journal articles are peer-reviewed, for academic accountability. But there are journals and there are journals. If you don't know already, there's a Wikiproject writing up articles on journals, so we have independent info regarding their reliability. As I'm sure you can imagine, this is an immense project.

PS Sparky's a great guy, glad to see you're working with him. Cheers. Alastair Haines (talk) 06:51, 25 April 2008 (UTC)

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (8-bit)[edit]

So you're saying that they are different levels, that is to say that the levels are set-up differently?

Regardless, even if the levels were different, many games have other versions that are very different from the main version, but not notably so - Over the Hedge for the GBA versus the console versions, for instance. - A Link to the Past (talk) 15:47, 22 June 2008 (UTC)

Merger of the RPG lists[edit]

I suggest soliciting discussion next time before merging articles, perhaps using the {{mergefrom}} and {{mergeto}} templates. See the discussion, here. SharkD (talk) 21:28, 28 October 2008 (UTC)

"Growth factor"?[edit]

Can you explain what the term "growth factor" means in your new article titled infra-exponential? (There's an article titled growth factor, but it's about something else.) Michael Hardy (talk) 05:23, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

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Pebble game[edit]

Just for the record: do you oppose replacing <references /> with {{Reflist}} in this article? --bender235 (talk) 20:57, 1 July 2010 (UTC)

Hi my friend...[edit]

Obscure categories in OOPArt[edit]

Hi! I'm having trouble understanding what "Unorthodox interpretations of artifacts" and "Formerly orthodox interpretations of artifacts" means in this context... --Againme (talk) 20:35, 1 December 2010 (UTC)

Merge discussion for Variant Dungeons & Dragons games [edit]

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Your edit to List of NP-complete problems[edit]

After this edit the list includes planarity testing, but that article is about a problem which has been solved in linear time. What's going on there? 67.162.90.113 (talk) 20:34, 9 September 2011 (UTC)

  • Thanks; it looks like I was confusing planarity testing with "rectilinear planarity" testing. Ben Standeven (talk) 04:26, 11 September 2011 (UTC)

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