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Nuclear fission and WP:FAC
Please stop trying to nominate this article for featured article status. You're doing it wrong, for a start, and more importantly the article is so far away from featured article status that there's no point in trying. Paragraph after paragraph lacks citations, for instance. Please read the featured article criteria before nominating articles. You may want to bring a less challenging article through the good article process and then peer review before trying FAC, rather than launching into FAC with no prior preparation. BencherliteTalk 14:35, 22 January 2015 (UTC)