User talk:Boomshakalakaboom

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Hi dee hi dee hidee ho. Boomshakalakaboom (talk) 01:31, 30 November 2008 (UTC)

re: Telescopes[edit]

Hi, welcome to Wikipedia. As far as basing a project on Wikipedia, no, its not a good idea. As you noticed, the content of a page can be very skewed and even inaccurate. A good Wikipedia article will have references and external links on the bottom of the page that will point you (hopefuly) to better content. Wikipedia does have articles that have been deemed Good articles, but even there you have to be careful since the criteria the article is being judged on is usually whether it is referenced, if someone has edited the article and skewed the information from the reference to a point of view, and the people judging the article are not experts in the field, even GA articles can be inaccurate. Fountains of Bryn Mawr (talk) 18:02, 30 November 2008 (UTC)

More on Muslims and Telescope Lenses[edit]

Hello there and welcome to wikipedia. Muslims did discover a lot of things. But sadly the facts on this article are rather biased. Some people can think they can delete anything and then have it their own way. If you want to find out more things Muslims invented have a look at the articles on my userpage (they are mentioned in the box thing) Leave me a message sometime. A good place to start with the Ancient Muslim civilisation is the Islamic Golden Age. Until I came here I knew nothing about it save tid-bits. サラは、私を、私の青覚えている。 Talk Contribs 21:13, 30 November 2008 (UTC)