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Hello World[edit]

Hello World from Albuquerque, NM, Land of Enchantment. ELApro (talk) 04:26, 18 July 2009 (UTC)

Welcome from Wikipedia[edit]

Hello and welcome to Wikipedia!

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Thanks for your comment[edit]

Hi ELApro,

Thanks for your interest in my physics page. The reason I haven't linked to it from my homepage yet is because it's a work in progress, but thanks for the suggestion and the link.

I'm afraid I don't know any other pages like it. I made that one from scratch and if you haven't found anything more useful from google then I won't be able to help you.

Thanks again,

FreeT (talk) 23:27, 3 August 2009 (UTC)

The "physics page" referred to above is Mnemonic Devices Physics and is linked from my web site at ELApro.net : ELA PHYSICS PORTAL: Equation Mnemonics

ELApro

Confusing addition to lede of Tycho Brahe[edit]

In edit, you added the following intro to the article:

In his De nova stella of 1573, he destroyed the celestial spheres with precision measurements that showed the celestial heavens were not immutable as previously assumed by Aristotle and Ptolemy, but by the lack of parallax, new stars (now known as novae or supernovae), in particular that of 1572, were not "atmospheric" tail-less comets but occurred above the atmosphere and moon. Using similar measurements he showed that comets were also not atmospheric phenomenon, as previously thought, and must pass through the celestial spheres.

The first sentence of that paragraph is a run on that I can't parse. What were you trying to say? Also, you linked the phrase "celestial spheres" to Celestial Sphere, but it looks like the article on Celestial Spheres (plural) is what he was debunking. Can you confirm? —ShadowRanger (talk|stalk) 16:05, 31 August 2010 (UTC)

This was corrected. Information now reads as follows in the article introduction:

In his De nova stella (On the new star) of 1573, he refuted the Aristotelian belief in an unchanging celestial realm. His precise measurements indicated that "new stars," (stellae novae, now known as supernovae) in particular that of 1572, lacked the parallax expected in sub-lunar phenomena, and were therefore not "atmospheric" tailless comets as previously believed, but were above the atmosphere and moon. Using similar measurements he showed that comets were also not atmospheric phenomena, as previously thought, and must pass through the supposedly "immutable" celestial spheres.

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Corrected March 2012‎ ELApro (talk) 17:36, 31 August 2012 (UTC)

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Thanks for the notification! This was corrected today following your notification. ELApro (talk) 17:33, 31 August 2012 (UTC)

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The link was changed to Constantine the Great. ELApro

Tolstoy[edit]

Thank you for your message. I removed the Wikiquote link from Tolstoy as Wikiquote is not considered an 'external link'. I have re-added it under 'further reading'. It would be good to add the chapter and any other edition info if you have it. Best wishes Span (talk) 22:59, 27 October 2012 (UTC)

The ELApro links to Wikiquotes and Google Books under the Tolstoy article's Further Reading section are now as follows:

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