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Yes of course. I'm not comfortable with the direction the article is going right now. The experimental data is at the 50 micronewton level, and is very controversial, and the WP:reliable sources, which should be secondary sources, are just not there right now; they're all at the primary source level, in fact really below that. Conference proceedings aren't even peer reviewed primary sources.GliderMaven (talk) 22:38, 3 May 2015 (UTC) Please see Endrive talk page.
That's not the way this works. ALL changes to an article must be consensus. Your changes are non consensus. You can only assume consensus if it's been there for a long while; your edits have not.GliderMaven (talk) 22:51, 3 May 2015 (UTC)