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I mostly enjoy spending time adding information to and editing scientific articles, such as:
- Galileo spacecraft
- Scintillation and Scintillation counter
- Laser and List of laser types
- Inertial confinement fusion
- certain things nuclear fission and nuclear fusion related
- X-ray, Ultraviolet, Gamma rays etc.
- many others! :)
Also, I like to add (much needed, IMHO) images to articles of a scientific nature. eg. 
I am strongly scientifically skeptical and as such I have little patience for pseudoscience or mysticism being inserted into legitimate rational articles on Wikipedia. It seems that this is a common occurrence on Wiki and I do my best to keep NPOV in articles where this is an issue. Though sometimes it is rather difficult!! :o)
Check out my images of light source spectra, they're oh so exciting!
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Sheep are quadrupedal ruminants, typically kept as livestock. Although the name "sheep" applies to many species in the genus Ovis, in everyday usage it generally refers to Ovis aries. One of the first animals to be domesticated, sheep are likely descended from the wild mouflon of Europe and Asia. They are raised for their fleece, meat, and milk.