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I have been a contributor to Wikipedia for sometime... from about 10,000 articles and through every(?) software update*. My "internal ID" is 8 (and if you were around at the time you'll know exactly what that is worth**). I am mostly an anonymous editor, as of 2005 onwards.

Below is a list of, hmm... perhaps 20% of the articles I started or wrote most. Given the vagaries of time, a lot of them probably no longer contain anything of mine.

* This refers to a time when each software update introduced major changes in appearance and editing. Ahh, CamelCase, how we miss you.

** This was a software update. One which wiped out every existing user account (imagine that now!). At the time the update occurred I was logged in, and was kicked off. After some WTF chat I was the eighth person to recreate their account. I am not the eighth person ever on Wikipedia and, despite what the page history shows, I did not create the Main Page. A waste of time, but bless 'em for trying.

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Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin, Katsura Taro, George Villiers, Ne Win, John Pym, Jean Pierre Boyer, Alexandre Pétion, Harold Macmillan, William Pitt the Younger, Charles James Fox, Henrietta Maria, George IV of the United Kingdom, William IV of the United Kingdom, Kerensky, Mohammad Najibullah, Babrak Karmal, Hafizullah Amin, Saddam Hussein, Fidel Castro, Pope Innocent III, Pope Formosus, Pope Theodore II, Pope Paul V, Pope Pius IX, Pope Theodore I, Pope Pius VII, Pope Sixtus IV, Pope Benedict IX, Engelbert Dollfuss, Malcolm X, Bashir Gemayel, Gerry Adams, François Mitterrand, Enoch Powell, Erich Honecker, Walter F. Mondale, Juan Domingo Peron, Marien Ngouabi, Pascal Lissouba, Patrice Lumumba, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, Laurent-Desire Kabila, Robert Mugabe, Alexander Dubcek, Willy Brandt, Koizumi Junichiro, Yuri Vladimirovich Andropov, Ito Hirobumi, Fulgencio Batista, Simon Bolivar, Zeljko Raznatovic, Solon, Messalina, Sam Houston, Stephen Fuller Austin, Joseph Mobutu, Norman Tebbit, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Aneurin Bevan, Oswald Mosley, Manuel Noriega, Omar Torrijos, Billy Wright (terrorist), Dean Rusk, Tam Dalyell, Herbert Henry Asquith, Robert Guei, Jean-Bedel Bokassa, Kenneth Clarke, Huey Long, Jean-Francois Darlan, Canaan Banana, Michael Portillo


Edward Hawke, William Sholto Douglas, Joseph Kittinger, Caius Suetonius Paulinus, Kornilov, David Beatty, John Jellicoe, Leopold Samuel Marks, Andrei Sakharov, Edward Teller, Gary Powers, Isoroku Yamamoto, Claude Auchinleck, Harold Alexander, Georgi Konstantinovich Zhukov, Omar Bradley, Douglas MacArthur, Leslie Groves, Curtis LeMay, George Wade, Maxime Weygand, Jean-Andoche Junot, Andre Massena, Aleksandr Vasilevich Kolchak, Hilmi Özkök, Frederick Stanley Maude, Edmund Allenby, John Gort, Charles George Gordon


Roland Freisler, Karl Brandt, Alfred Meyer, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Robert Ley, Hans Frank, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Konstantin von Neurath, Fritz Todt, Alfred Rosenberg, Alfred Jodl, Wilhelm Keitel


Darryl F. Zanuck, Joe Orton, Blake Edwards, Don Siegel, John Huston, Otto Preminger, Sergio Leone, Theo Angelopoulos, John Peel the DJ, James Whale, Kon Ichikawa, Chris Marker, George Cukor, Frank Capra, Lindsay Anderson, John and Roy Boulting, John Frankenheimer, Rex Ingram, Clarence Brown, Franklin Schaffner, Robert Siodmak, Vincent Ward, Auguste and Louis Lumiere, Robbie Coltrane, Lee Marvin, Eli Wallach, Arnold Schwarzenegger, P.J. O'Rourke, Ronald William Kirby, Kenneth Williams, Tony Hancock, Norman Rockwell, Howard K. Smith, Bloomsbury group, Virginia Woolf, Pedro Almodovar, Henri Matisse, Jean-Luc Godard, Peter O'Toole, Paul Verhoeven, Evel Knievel, Frankie Howerd, Marilyn Chambers, Douglas Sirk, Vincent Price, Grandmaster Flash, Edward G. Robinson, Gene Autry, Bret Easton Ellis, Steven Bochco, Joe Meek, Horst Buchholz, Eiji Tsuburaya, John Dryden


Alfred Adler, Warren Sturgis McCulloch, William Harvey, Seymour Cray, Jokichi Takamine, Vannevar Bush, Frank Whittle, George Gamow, Christiaan Barnard, Anthony Stafford Beer, Giordano Bruno, Gerhard Armauer Hansen


History of British newspapers, History of House Music, History of medicine, Reform Act of 1832, Rotten borough, Concordat of Worms, First Vatican Council, First Council of the Lateran, Third Council of the Lateran, Fourth Council of the Lateran, Diet of Nuremberg, Ultramontanism, Bank of England, Montoneros, Central Committee of the Communist Party, Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee, Supreme Soviet, Oneida Community, Industrial Workers of the World, Kingsbury Commitment, White Australia policy, Aryan Nations, Trial of the Twenty One, Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, Papal States, Royal Ulster Constabulary, Greater London Council, tael, Roe v. Wade, Parliament Act, 1979 UK general election, 1987 UK general election, 1992 UK general election, 1983 UK general election, South Sea Bubble, Waldensians, London Corresponding Society, Society for Psychical Research, Harrison Narcotics Tax Act, McNaghten rules


Operation Chastise, Operation Chariot, Dieppe Raid, Antiballistic Missile Treaty, Cuban missile crisis, Relief of Mafeking, Trinity site, World War II/Battle of Britain, World War II/Dresden, Russian Revolution, Roman legion, Battle of Jutland, Yom Kippur War, Iron Curtain, Government Communications Headquarters, Smiling Buddha, Federalnaya Sluzhba Bezopasnosti, Aircraft hijacking, Strategic Defense Initiative, Falklands War, Birmingham Small Arms Company, First Battle of El Alamein, Second Battle of El Alamein, Monte Cassino, United States National Guard, Long Kesh, Berlin Wall, Use of poison gas in World War I, Battle of Culloden, Paris Commune, Treaty of Shimonoseki, Maginot Line, Ulster Volunteer Force, Knights Hospitaller, Albigensian Crusade, Treaty of Amiens, Walcheren Expedition, Peninsular War, Jameson Raid, Operation Goodwood, Sword Beach, Battle of Cambrai, Battle of Omdurman, Battle of Dunkirk, Swiss Guard, Achille Lauro, Russian Revolution of 1905, Bastille, Revolt in the Vendée


Organ transplant, Hypnosis, Adrenocorticotropic hormone, Corticosteroid, Illusion, Optical illusion, Marburg virus, Psychopharmacology, Suicide, Tuberculosis, pandemic, psychosurgery, Dimethyltryptamine, DXM, GHB, Scopolamine, Sodium thiopental, thujone, Guillain-Barré syndrome, Bubonic plague, Rift Valley fever, Von Hippel-Lindau Disease, Cirrhosis, Coxsackie A, Dengue fever, Epinephrine, Valproic Acid, Succinylcholine chloride, Cephalopod, Mosquito, Pheasant, Black rat, Teratogenesis, Mescaline, Larynx, Thalidomide, Mantoux test, superbug, Brown rat, Q fever, Ebola haemorrhagic fever, Methionine, Amanita phalloides, Amanita muscaria, lethal injection, Blood letting, Cushing's syndrome, Nautilus, Hormone Replacement Therapy, atropine, calcium oxide, Chlorpromazine, Sertraline, Cyclosporine, tacrolimus, Tetanospasmin, Electric shock, Mifepristone, Hammerhead Shark, Grapefruit, Bookworm


UEFA, Luton Town F.C., Italian Football League - league history, A.S. Roma, Chievo Verona, Hellas Verona A.C., Internazionale, S.S. Lazio, Juventus, A.C. Milan, A.C. Fiorentina, A.C. Torino, Parma A.C., Bologna F.C. 1909, Udinese Calcio Atalanta B.C., Celtic F.C., Rangers F.C., Walter Winterbottom, West Ham United F.C., Liverpool F.C., Juan Manuel Fangio, Marco van Basten, Curtly Ambrose, Georges Carpentier, Jack Johnson, Roberto Duran, Chris Waddle, Franz Beckenbauer, Mick McCarthy, Martina Navratilova, Jack Brabham, Donald Campbell, John Sholto Douglas


ALICE, Centrifugal governor, Jet engine, Lift (force), Propeller, Aeronautics, Film history (general intro), Scaffolding, Tupolev Tu-144, Convair 880, ASCII Drawing Interchange file format, AutoCAD, Telstar, Cray-1, JANET, HOTOL, Hoover Dam, Bathyscaphe Trieste, Ford GT40, TAT-1 (a chuck of which has been moved to Transatlantic telephone cable), Tesla coil, Davy lamp, Lead, Red Book, System/360, OS/360, Mustard gas, Computed axial tomography, Deep Blue, Wood router, GLONASS, Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung, pig iron, Peltier cooler, Match, Digital audio tape, arc lamp, Thames Barrier, IMAX, Acorn Atom, Aswan Dam, Cinemascope, OLAP, Osiraq, Tevatron, Geophysical survey, Cementation process, Flight data recorder


Gatling gun, Avro Lancaster, Mil Mi-24, Elefant, Mitsubishi Zero, Enigma and Ultra, Typex, Thermobaric weapon, Nuclear artillery, Polaris ballistic missile, Resolution Class Ballistic Missile Submarines, Redoutable class submarine, HMS Resolution, Blue Streak missile, Blue Steel missile, Little Boy, NORAD, Avro Vulcan, Explosive material, Semtex, Cyclotrimethylene trinitramine, Lead azide, C-4, Hawker Siddeley Harrier, V1 rocket, Atomic_bomb and Hydrogen bomb (vanished into Nuclear weapon), Gloster Meteor, ARA General Belgrano, USS Missouri (BB-63), HMS Hampshire, HMS Endurance, HMS Glorious, Type 23 frigate, Invincible class aircraft carrier, Congreve rocket, Tabun, Soman, SEPECAT, E-6 Mercury, Corona (satellite), Rubber bullet, Plastic bullet, Wheellock, SS-N-19, Heckler und Koch G36, .50 Action Express, RPG-7, Brown Bess, human torpedo, ZSU-23-4


The Guardian, Airbus, RAND Corporation, Imperial Chemical Industries, Imperial Airways, United Airlines, British Petroleum, Air France, Cathay Pacific, Novell, Long-Term Capital Management, Cahiers du cinema, Voluntary Services Overseas, The Times, NVIDIA Corporation, NCR Corporation, NTL, Bank of Credit and Commerce International, Thameslink, The Independent newspaper, McDonnell Douglas, Jamaican Free Zones


Fog, Mountain, Liverpool, Torino Scale, Mercalli Intensity Scale, Volcanic Explosivity Index, added to Richter Magnitude Scale, Wookey Hole, Mohs scale of mineral hardness, Mumbai, Megacity, Riyadh, Reading, England, Honshu, London Millennium Footbridge, South China Sea, Sea of Azov, Languedoc, York Minster, Yalu River, Memphis, Egypt, Oxfordshire, Basutoland, St Paul's Cathedral, Three Mile Island, Uffington White Horse, Salvador, Brazil, Carnegie Hall, Lake Geneva, Lake Tanganyika, Challenger Deep, Mount Everest

Not Yet[edit]

George Metesky, Comparative military ranks, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mario Botta, Norman Foster, Rem Koolhaas, Renzo Piano, Minoru Yamasaki, Law of Infernal Dynamics, small part of New World Order, Film directors, John Dee, Montreux Convention Regarding the Regime of the Turkish Straits, Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny, The War Game, Threads, Nuremberg Code, James Norris Memorial Trophy, Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi, John Von Neumann Theory Prize, mystery play, Ununnilium, Unununium, Death duty, UNIKOM, Schneider Trophy, Red dwarf, Enzo Ferrari, Airline Deregulation Act, Alger Hiss, Eliot Ness, Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, Get Carter, William Knox D'Arcy, Batu Khan, United Kingdom prison population, The Parallax View, Tony O'Reilly, Warren Buffett, Lord Darcy, Nostromo (spaceship), The Last of the Mohicans, Zigzag method, Single Integrated Operational Plan


K56flex -- Ka-bar -- Kabaddi -- Kabbalah -- Kaber -- Kabir Bedi -- Kabuki -- Kadiogo -- Kagoshima -- Kaifu Toshiki -- Kaiser Wilhelm Geschutz -- Kainite -- KAIST -- Kaj Harald Leininger Munk -- Kajang -- Kalahari Desert -- Kaleidoscope -- Kali -- Kalmia latifolia -- Kalohi Channel -- Kalsilite -- Kamacite -- Kamagraphy -- Kamchatka -- Kanaris -- Kanchenjunga -- Kandahar -- Kanem-Bornu Empire -- Kangaroo -- Kansas-Nebraska Act -- Kansas City -- Kaohsiung -- Kaolinite -- Kapok -- Kaposi's Sarcoma -- Kara Sea -- Kara-Kum -- Kara-Su -- Karachi -- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar -- Karel Hynek Macha -- Kariba Dam -- Karl Benz -- Karl Bernhardovich Radek -- Karl Ernst von Baer -- Karl Ferdinand Braun -- Karl Gustav Ahlefeldt -- Karst -- Kaspar Schwenkfeld von Ossig -- Katanga -- Katers pendulum -- Katharometer -- Katherine Hepburn -- Katina Paxinou -- Kawasaki Ki-56 -- Kazimir Malevich -- KCMG -- Kellogg-Briand Pact -- Kemo-Gribingui -- Kemp Town -- Kendo -- Kenilworth Castle -- Kennelly-Heaviside Layer -- Kerberos -- Keflavik -- Kerguelen Islands -- Kekule von Stradonitz -- Kermit -- Jerome David Kern -- Kern County -- Kernite -- Kerosene -- Kenneth Kaunda -- Kenny Dalglish -- Kesgrave -- Kestrel -- Ketamine -- KGB -- KHAD -- Khios -- Khyber Pass -- Khmer Rouge -- Kickapoo -- Kidney -- Kidney Stone -- Kiel Canal -- Killer whale -- Kilt -- Kim Il Sung -- Kim Philby -- Kingfisher -- Kings Royal Rifle Corps -- Kingsley Amis -- Kipchoge Keino -- Kirlian photography -- Kissing Bug -- Kitasato Shibasaburo -- Kitt Peak National Observatory -- Kittiwake Gull -- Kitty Hawk -- Kiwi Fruit -- Kiyoshi Atsumi -- Klaus Barbie -- Klaus Fuchs -- Klaus Maria Brandauer -- Kliment Yefremovich Voroshilov -- Klinefelters Syndrome -- Knights of Labor -- Knout -- Know-Nothing movement -- Knud Johan Victor Rasmussen -- Knute Kenneth Rockne -- Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser Theorem -- Komodo dragon -- Konoe Fumimaro -- Konrad Emil Bloch -- Konstantin Eduardovitch Tsiolkovsky -- Konstantin Stanislavski -- Konstantin Ustinovich Chernenko -- Kowtow -- Krugerrand -- Krupp -- Krzysztof Penderecki -- Kublai Khan -- Kumquat -- Kundalini -- Kunzite -- Kurt Georg Kiesinger -- Kurt Waldheim -- Kuomintang -- Kvass -- Kwame Nkrumah -- KwaZulu-Natal -- Kyanite -- Kyushu and a few others.

Naval Space Surveillance System from Kickapoo -> Lake Kickapoo -> NAVSPASUR. Adrenal gland from kidney. John Ambrose Fleming from Kenotron. Catharine of Aragon from Katherine of Aragon. Christopher Houston from Kit Carson. Chagas disease from Kissing Bug. Great Rift Valley from Kenya. USS Kitty Hawk and Curtiss P-40 from Kitty Hawk. Laparoscopic surgery from Keyhole Surgery.



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