I have not been around for age. I used to spent a lot of time editing on Wikipedia. But what we all have to realize is that Wikipedia is not reliable and it is not a definitive nor accurate source. As you mostly have noticed, it is controlled by people from various nations with various perspectives and cultures. Often in matters or history, art, superstition/religion and other matters of subjective nature, one's view is as good as another's.
Anyhow, I hope you keep this in mind when you fervently and passionately make edits or engage in edit wars. This doesn't matter. What matters is our understanding of ours and others' cultures and learning from it and avoiding mistakes made in the past.
In that spirit, I probably would not add more to my page, but I like you to enjoy the few articles I did.
- Imerslund-Gräsbeck syndrome
- Charles Chipiez
- Ovis longipes palaeoaegyptiacus
- Achaemenid architecture
- Tomb of Ferdowsi
- Society for the National Heritage of Iran
- Cyril Elgood
- Phanes of Halicarnassus
- Adolf Fonahn
- Olga Imerslund
- Armas Ralph Gustaf Gräsbeck
- Ductal cells
- Postpericardiotomy syndrome
- Cubilin & Amnionless (CUBN)
- Retinal vasculitis
- Fuchs heterochromic iridocyclitis
- Amsler sign
- Busacca nodules
- Cunningham Shoulder Reduction
- Wade test
- Mauriceau-Smellie-Veit maneuver
- Rumack-Matthews nomogram
- Radiographic findings in eFAST
- Pages created in non-English wikipedia(s).
|The Working Man's Barnstar|
|For your efforts on improving the Persian Gulf page, adding extremely useful information on its ecological systems, and general clean up of article, thank you! GoetheFromm (talk) 22:08, 25 December 2010 (UTC)|