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NASA Space Shuttle Atlantis landing (STS-110) (19 April 2002)

Hi! Welcome to my user page. I write tools, bots, user scripts, and sometimes articles.
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Thoughts & quotes[edit]

  1. "One test result is worth one thousand expert opinions." (Wernher von Braun)
  2. "Editors are strongly encouraged - and often expected - to set aside past interpersonal disputes or find ways to move beyond them, and to choose their present Wikipedia conduct in a way which exemplifies this. Users who fail to do so may themselves give rise to disruption." (Arbcom 2009 principles page)
  3. "Don't sweat it -- it's not real life. It's only ones and zeroes." (Gene Spafford)

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Committed identity: 72dfc03e516233d0c1f5426eca578e5efa435370ce35aef83b7fd24aa18bc0070b2f3150e8d77544d36c189d75d810d1ba89d63c4a0000f90073a9f3f6cb4cff is a SHA-512 commitment to this user's real-life identity.