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— Wikipedian  —
Name in real life David Hedlund
Nationality Sweden
Country  Sweden
Languages Native Swedish. Basic knowledge of English.
Time zone UTC+01:00
Ethnicity Sweden
Race White
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Joined 2009-09-25T20:41:42
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Edit rank 5869
Edit count 11000

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In 2013 you were one of the top 300 medical editors across any language of Wikipedia. Thank you so much for helping bring free, complete, accurate, up-to-date medical information to the public. We really appreciate you and the vital work you do!

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Average edits[edit]

Ø number of edits per day: 6.4 -

Year counts[edit]

Year counts from

  • 2009: 93
  • 2010: 119
  • 2011: 390
  • 2012: 1,029
  • 2013: 4,606
  • 2014: 3,139

Pages started[edit]



  1. Substituted alcohols
  2. 3 A.M. Vodka
  3. Ledol
  4. LSD (Cannabis)
  5. Sharkberry Cream
  6. PornMD
  7. XHamster
  8. LibreWRT
  9. Leftfield (genre)
  10. Legality of Bitcoins by country
  11. College student alcoholism
  12. List of saliva-fermented beverages
  13. Parakaria
  14. Nihamanchi
  15. 2011 Sangrampur methanol tragedy
  16. Methanol outbreaks
  17. Long-term impact of alcohol on the brain
  18. Comparison of web search engines
  19. Purple (Cannabis)
  20. Diesel (Cannabis)
  21. Skunk (Cannabis)
  22. Sour (Cannabis)
  23. Haze (Cannabis)
  24. Shaman (Cannabis)



  • Category:Tragedies (drama)
  • Category:Tragedy (drama)
  • Category:Serotonergics
  • Category:Nicotinic acetylcholinergics
  • Category:GABAergics
  • Category:Cholinergics
  • Category:Glycinergics
  • Category:GABAA receptor PAMs
  • Category:GABAA receptor PAM
  • Category:GABAAR PAMs
  • Category:GABAA receptor positive allosteric modulators
  • Category:Physical dependants
  • Category:Depressants
  • Category:People from Hendersonville, Tennessee
  • Category:Neonaticides
  • Category:Caffeinated alcoholic drinks
  • Category:Tragedy
  • Category:Tragedies (events)
  • Category:Medicinal plants of Australia
  • Category:Gratis pornography
  • Category:Pornhub NETWORK
  • Category:Anti-doping organizations
  • Category:Vasoconstrictors
  • Category:Free BIOS firmware
  • Category:5-HT3 agonists
  • Category:Saliva-fermented beverages
  • Category:Polyunsaturated compounds
  • Category:Unsaturated compounds
  • Category:Secondary alcohols
  • Category:Primary alcohols
  • Category:Tertiary alcohols
  • Category:Methanol epidemic poisonings
  • Category:Hexanols

Top edited articles[edit]

Articles I have edited at least 100 times.[1]

Major improved articles[edit]

Article Before Useful state
Alcoholic beverage [2] [3]

Important added sub sections[edit]

Article Backup
WHR - Waist circumference diets [4]
Alcoholic_beverage#Alcohols [5]

Important edits[edit]

Article Log of initiative Edit summary Edit
Alcohol [6] Major copyedit Studies have found trace quantities of endogenous alcohols of healthy volunteers from exhaled breath with a mean of 450 ppb methanol[1] and 244 ppb ethanol.[2] The mean endogenous methanol in humans of 0.45 g/d may be metabolized from pectin found in fruit; One kilos of apple produces up to 1.4 gram methanol.[3] However, methanol should never consumed on its own as it is poisonous to the central nervous system, and may cause blindness, coma, and death. These studies are not guidelines that consumption of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages are healthy.
Alcohol (drug) [7] Major copyedit Scientifically, ethanol (ethyl alcohol, drinking alcohol) is a psychoactive drug[4] and it is the main psychoactive ingredient in alcoholic beverages. In countries where alcohol is legal, the social stigma cause many people to not view it as a drug because it is important part of social events in their cultures. As a result in these cultures, many young binge drinkers in prefer to call themselves hedonists before binge drinkers[5] (or recreational drug users) and undergraduate students often position themselves outside the categories of 'serious' or 'anti-social' drinkers.[6] However, about 40 percent of college students could now be considered alcoholics.[7]
Carbonated water Major copyedit One study states that consumers of carbonated water prepared at home had significantly higher mean drinking water intake (tap + bottled + carbonated water) in percentage of total water intake than non-consumers, and lower mean intakes of milk, bottled water and tap water, respectively;[8] Carbonated water may be the defining ingredient in diet sodas that contribute to weight loss.
Infanticide In China for example, the gender gap between males and females aged 0-19 year old were estimated to be 25 million in 2010 by the United Nations Population Fund.[9]
Microchip implant (human) [8] Major copyedit

And it will cause all, the small and the great, and the poor, and the free and the bond to have a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads and it will bring it about that no one may be able to buy or sell, except him who has the mark, either the name of the beast or the number of its name.

— Apocalypse 13:16-17, Confraternity Edition Bible 1941
National Security Agency [9] Improved source Linus Torvalds, the founder of Linux kernel joked during a LinuxCon keynote 18 September 2013, that the NSA, who is the founder of SELinux, wanted a backdoor in the kernel.[10] However later, Linus father, Member of the European Parliament (MEP), revealed that the NSA actually did this.[11]
When my oldest son [Linus Torvalds] was asked the same question: “Has he been approached by the NSA about backdoors?” he said “No”, but at the same time he nodded. Then he was sort of in the legal free. He had given the right answer, [but] everybody understood that the NSA had approached him.
— Nils Torvalds, LIBE Committee Inquiry on Electronic Mass Surveillance of EU Citizens - 11th Hearing, 11 November 2013[12]

every year, hundreds of women commit neonaticide: they kill their newborns or let them die. Most neonaticides remain undiscovered, but every once in a while a janitor follows a trail of blood to a tiny body in a trash bin, or a woman faints and doctors find the remains of a placenta inside her.

— Steven Pinker, New York Times, 1997[13]
Richard Stallman [10][11] Major copyedit Stallman admire whistleblower Julian Assange[14], and Edward Snowden[15] who he advocate in hes email signature after Snowden leaked the PRISM scandal in 2013 that can be found in several mailing-lists:
To any NSA and FBI agents reading my email: please consider whether defending the US Constitution against all enemies, foreign or domestic, requires you to follow Snowden's example.
— Richard Stallman
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [12] Major copyedit The name, Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (formerly "Journal of Studies on Alcohol") might be misleading as alcohol is a drug. Proponents have argued that "Journal of Studies on Alcohol and other Drugs" would be scientific.
Alcohol and Drugs History Society [] The name, Alcohol and Drugs History Society might be misleading as alcohol is a drug. Proponents have argued that "Alcohol and other Drugs History Society" would be better.


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