User talk:Marvelous8

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Blocked for sockpuppetry[edit]

We are proud to be Sockpuppeteers !!

Matter is composed of electrons and positrons and the omniverse is composed of opposite polarity universes where electrons in one polarity universe have the same polarity as positrons in the other. Thank you Wikipedia for allowing an exception to the original research rule for a link to our site from April to December 2012. The exception increased site visitors from 50 to 500 per month with hits from over 50 countries Marvelous8

[[User unblock| This was stupidity on our part. Our misguided thought was that the webmaster is the same as publisher since they host our site, which is incorrect since the site is self published, and lamely thought the webmaster was an arms length third party. So let's not part on angry terms. Ban us if you like but we are not planning more posts and are grateful for the exception granted last year to the original research rule for our posting to the Omniverse page Marvelous8 (talk) 19:09, 5 January 2013 (UTC)

There was no exception last year, and nobody to grant anything like that and nobody to be grateful to. The only reason it was there last year was that no editor had got around to deleting it.
It's pretty hard for you to argue for unblocking since you deliberately deceived by creating a sock puppet, your account was single purpose, you were spamming your own web site, the content is self-published and is pseudo-scientific fringe, you keep removing the criticism off your talk page, you also removed the sock puppet banned notice. There's no evidence that you are useful here. Wikipedia is not the place for you. There's other web sites interested in original research fringe stuff. Bhny (talk) 19:54, 5 January 2013 (UTC)

So don't unblock. Guilty as charged for supporting an anonymous site. Our gratitude remains for the exception to the original research rule granted by Wikipedia last year on the deleted omniverse page. Keep sucking up to string theory, big bang, tectonic plate, fossil fuels and other unproven theories supported by conventional science. Too bad Wikipedia is like the Republicans who have sold out to vested interests Marvelous8 (talk) 21:18, 5 January 2013 (UTC)