Arnold- I am assuming that you're the person who contacted me via e-mail. The simplest explanation I can give is that the article seemed like it was incomplete, and after seeing a term called historiography, I figured that the existing article would be a better place. The article that you had at historiograph discussed the "Historiograph Project" and nothing else, so I'm not sure that the article would survive VFD, as it passes neither the Wikipedia:Google Test or Wikipedia:Alexa Test for notability (here and here. If you think that the project itself is notable enough to stand as its own article, you are welcome to recreate it, although I would feel compelled to list it for vfd. If you need to contact me further, please use my Talk page. --DropDeadGorgias (talk) 22:25, Jan 27, 2005 (UTC)
- I would have the same thing to say about your article at Material explorer. As you are Arnold Van Bezooyen, and this is your research, and it is not yet adopted by the scientific community at large, this would fall under the scope of the Wikipedia:No original research policy, and would probably also be vfd'd. I will be nominating it shortly, and you will be able to defend the article on its vfd page, which will be linked from the article. Before you do, I would suggest creating a user account, as Wikipedians will probably respond more favorably to a person with a created account. Cheers, --DropDeadGorgias (talk) 22:28, Jan 27, 2005 (UTC)
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