Talk:Trevor Blackwell

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Existing, verifiable facts indicate that Blackwell was *not* the first to create a dynamically balancing biped robot. Wikipedia must insure that such claims are verifiable, presented in a neutral point of view, and take into account the existing evidence. Wikipedia biographies cannot present a biased view.

It's inappropriate for a biography to contain a lot of argumentation about priority claims, especially when the supposed claims aren't referenced. If there's an external website giving a chronology of various claims about walking robots, it'd be appropriate to reference it here. 03:56, 15 May 2007 (UTC)

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