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Speedy deletion nomination of Discrete exponential function[edit]

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I wanted to let you know that I just tagged Discrete exponential function for deletion, because it doesn't appear to contain any encyclopedic content. Take a look at our suggestions for essential content in short articles to learn what should be included.

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You can leave a note on my talk page if you have questions. Karlhard (talk) 19:00, 30 September 2014 (UTC)

Welcome to Wikipedia. You've been working a lot on the Discrete exponential function article. How do you feel about merging its content into the related article Modular exponentiation? See also Exponentiation by squaring, which covers much of the same material too. Ideally we would end up with one article per topic, rather than several articles on a single topic. Mgnbar (talk) 13:42, 2 October 2014 (UTC)

Foot locker protocol[edit]

This is very interesting, but it's not an encyclopedia article, because it involves original research, and is not tertiary. Do you have access to ArXiv? That might be a better place to post your new ideas. Bearian (talk) 15:46, 2 October 2014 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of Anecdotes on Mathematicians[edit]

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Nomination of Anecdotes on Mathematicians for deletion[edit]

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Speedy deletion nomination of NSA's Hard Drive Hacking[edit]

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I wanted to let you know that I just tagged NSA's Hard Drive Hacking for deletion, because it appears to duplicate an existing Wikipedia article, [[{{{article}}}]]. PLEASE: WHAT'S THE NAME OF THE ARTICLE?

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You can leave a note on my talk page if you have questions. ubiquity (talk) 22:04, 17 February 2015 (UTC)

There is a substantial article on the National Security Agency, including a section on their hacking operations. If you have sourced information that is not already in that article, that is where it belongs. I'm sorry it took me so long to respond, but I didn't see your request. In the future, please put comments on User Talk pages, not User pages, and please sign your comments using four tildes (~~~~). This will facilitate communications. Thanks. ubiquity (talk) 18:50, 12 March 2015 (UTC)

Accelerating universe[edit]

Hi,

A pair of IP editors are adding massive amounts of bad material and this is being discussed at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Physics#Accelerating universe. When I reverted the IP stuff, some of your changes went with it, I am afraid. I have requested page semi-protection. so it might be better to wait for that to be decided before attempting further corrections. — Cheers, Steelpillow (Talk) 19:03, 24 February 2015 (UTC)

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March 2015[edit]

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Information icon Please do not add promotional material to Wikipedia, as you did to Zulu (1964 film). While objective prose about beliefs, products or services is acceptable, Wikipedia is not intended to be a vehicle for soapboxing, advertising or promotion. Thank you. Thelimiter (talk) 14:57, 9 March 2015 (UTC) I'm sorry. I will stop doing this. (I am not being paid, honest.)

Warning icon Please stop your disruptive editing. If you continue to add soapboxing, promotional or advertising material to Wikipedia, as you did at Born Free, you may be blocked from editing. Also, King Kong (1976 film). TJRC (talk) 18:34, 9 March 2015 (UTC) But I did stop. Those were old edits. I made them before I received your complaint. I was going to try and track them down and remove them. You beat me to it. I will confine my unpaid salesmanship to amazon.com from now on. Garfield Garfield.

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re gold[edit]

Yes, your explanation explains why the elements in that row are so dense. But it doesn't fully explain the Au–Pb density difference, as the contraction of the inner electron orbitals (especially 1s) is about the same for both (as they're not far apart in atomic number, relativistic effects should be pretty similar in magnitude – the relativistic mass of the electron in Pb81+ is only 2.46% more than that of the electron in Au78+, for example). If I had to guess, I think one reason is because Pb has 6p electrons and Au doesn't, and due to the inert pair effect the 6s–6p difference is high enough to cause this sort of effect. That's not even the full story, probably: Au and Pb both have a cubic closed-packed crystal structure, but the unit cell is smaller for Au (407.82 pm) than for Pb (495.08 pm), so Au is packed more densely. I don't think that's all the reasons yet: I'd expect it to be complicated still. This illustrates why we need a citation to a reliable source for any explanation posted. Double sharp (talk) 17:09, 20 March 2015 (UTC)

Erdos most visited places[edit]

It sis not completely clear to me what the significance of this list is, but more importantly: can any of it be sourced to anything? (The fact that he spent time at Memphis, sure; but the fact that it is a place he visited unusually frequently?) --JBL (talk) 14:01, 28 March 2015 (UTC)

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May 2015[edit]

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June 2015[edit]

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The Joe Desch Innovation Award[edit]

You've created this section as the very first section of the article Joseph Desch -- this is obviously grossly inappropriate. The section actually has no content relating to Desch, and is not encyclopedic ("proudly created", really?). I would rather not just delete you contributions relating to this, so please bring them up to some remotely appropriate standard. For example, you could locate the section in an appropriate place, reword it in a more neutral fashion, and find some source to reference that supports its content. Thanks. --JBL (talk) 21:45, 25 August 2015 (UTC)

These are all excellent points! I hope it's much better now. Garfield Garfield.
Thanks very much; that is definitely a big improvement. Do you know if anything has been written about the award, for example in some IEEE magazine or something? --JBL (talk) 00:29, 26 August 2015 (UTC)

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