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Articles for my own reading interest[edit]

Articles/pages I created since I re-joined Wikipedia[edit]

User:Nadirali/articles and other pages I created since I re-joined Wiki


For ST vs SW[edit]

[1][2][3][4][5]

[6][7][8]

Refs for physics and SW for a later time[edit]

[9] [10] [11]

Articles to improve with[edit]

Death Star [12]

For Technology in Star Wars[edit]

[13] weapons and technology guide. [14]

For my own reading interest[edit]

[15][16][17][18][19][20][21]

useful templates for article improvements[edit]

  • {Friendly search suggestions}
  • {clear}
  • {notelist}

Moves[edit]

User:Nadirali/Star Wars - Science Fair. This is not ready. DS (talk) 13:24, 27 December 2015 (UTC)

User:NadirAli/Scientific and parascientific perspectives on The Force

To create and improve[edit]

Create[edit]

  • Ahed Tamimi
  • Arab-Israeli relations
  • Starkiller base
  • Indo-Aryan mythology
  • Star Wars Feel The Force

Improve[edit]

The Force is not magic[edit]

[22]

Something I could use later on[edit]


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Why I reverted your edits to Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society[edit]

Your edits, while doubtless well-intentioned, show a lack of familiarity with LASFS; with science fiction fandom and LASFS' place within it; and with the history of the use of terms such as "science fantasy", fantasy and science fiction within the field. Each of them led a reader to articles less and less relevant to LASFS as it is and has been. (I assume you've never attended a LASFS meeting or visited their clubhouse?) --Orange Mike | Talk 22:13, 23 May 2016 (UTC)

The Force[edit]

NadirAli -- I'm writing here because you have not responded to several requests for response on the Force talk page.

In your massive reversion edit summary, you cryptically wrote I "removed it's comparison to the force which is what the section is all about". If you think I removed some important content, by all means restore it from the edit history.

However, your massive reversion removed swaths of other appropriate, encyclopedic content about third-party reaction, development of the concept, even more third-party sources sorely lacking from the "Scientific perspective" section.

If you are not capable of making selective content restorations, I am happy to help you via the article's talk page. I already did so once by restoring a blockquote from George Lucas. (I also asked you to explain on the talk page why it's worth keeping, and you did not deign to reply -- hence my removal two days later.)

I am restoring the large series of positive, well-intentioned, well-cited edits (including some serious corrections to your own similarly well-intentioned additions). Kindly be more deliberate, thoughtful, and selective in your use of the "Undo" button: not for the first time, restoring appropriate content you've removed is becomingtedious.

Please feel free to respond on your own talk page here, or on the article talk page, to indicate what specific "comparison to the force" you think I've removed. I'm happy to find it in the edit history and restore it so all engaged editors can discuss appropriate inclusion. --EEMIV (talk) 01:50, 26 May 2016 (UTC)

Here is a snapshot of the article from where you left off last night. What section, paragraph, or sentence(s) would you like to see restored for additional discussion? --EEMIV (talk) 01:53, 26 May 2016 (UTC)
A few thoughts:
1. I left a response to your note on my talk page. Do you prefer I leave comments on your talk page, there, or on the article talk page? Please let me know how you'd prefer to be contacted. I think the article talk page is most appropriate.
2. I see in your second content reversion you bemoaned that "A lot of my work has been altered/removed". Look: it's not your work. From a legal perspective, you give it up under the Creative Commons License. From a community perspective, we're all in this together. Looking at your talk page and other places you've contributed at Wikipedia, I'm not the first editor to raise concerns about your sense of owning your work. Be proud of your contributions, but also understand they might be edited, tweaked, moved, excoriated, and possibly shat on depending on other editors' whims, speed, insight, expertise, or foolishness. Trust me: I've felt it tonight! When you get the frustration welling up, though, you MUST take it to an article or user's talk page.
3. FYI, I also responded to your comments on the article talk page. I did not use the "ping" template. I don't think I even typed your name. A healthy habit is just checking the talk page at articles you're actively engaged in regardless of whether you see a notification flag.
Good night! --EEMIV (talk) 02:27, 26 May 2016 (UTC)

Saved drafts[edit]

Observations and cordial warning about ownership and antagonistic editing, plus some offers to help[edit]

Conversation moved to his talk page.--NadirAli نادر علی (talk) 04:03, 27 May 2016 (UTC)

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July 2016[edit]

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