Removal of redirect.
Hi there, your redirect has been removed after a short discussion at Wikipedia's page on the policies of the talk pages. If you object feel free to replace the redirect if you will then discuss your reasons for doing so at Wikipedia talk:Talk page guidelines. I Grave Rob§talk♥stalk§ 06:51, 11 April 2009 (UTC)
- I can't really see any utility in this measure. If you want to remove the redirect by policy then I won't replace it. The reason I placed the redirect on there was to ensure people would focus their issues to the articles directly, rather than keep the information or opinion on my talk page. J O R D A N [talk ] 15:41, 11 April 2009 (UTC)
Anti-laser needs you!
Please help with the article Anti-laser!!! All the references are there, please at least have a glance at them. I know nothing about this topic but had to write something coherent in the body to stave off speedy deletion. Just have a look at the references, they're all clickable and very interesting, and then I hope you'll be inspired to fix or add to the text of the article. Thanks, your a hero! Optics-man! Chrisrus (talk) 05:26, 29 August 2010 (UTC)
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