User talk:Asgrrr

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um... sorry for any incivility[edit]

No offence taken I hope. You may have noticed the I/IW article sees quite a bit of intermittent vandalism with quite weighty- and on further investigation- quite untrue claims, which tends to lower my bar for suspiciousness especially when I haven't had a good day. Anyway... appreciated your editing on the Humpback Whale article. I've tried running the reference you added, (, through a few online translators, for Icelandic, Swedish, Dutch, had no luck. I think I get the gist of it, but if you could point to or make a rough translation, that would be helpful, especially for searching up published articles on the research. Unfortunately, the capture of the IWC by reflexive anti-whalers has lead to a problematic attitude towards new research showing natural increases in population numbers (e.g. the highly dated humpback whale population numbers here, for example). John Nevard (talk) 09:36, 22 November 2007 (UTC)

The least reactive element[edit]

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Double sharp (talk) 14:40, 1 February 2013 (UTC)