User talk:Pacificscottsman

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Are you user:Rudrene?[edit]

As you are a new editor, it's strange that:

If you are Rudrene, you don't have to get so upset as to creating another account and argue against the roll-back to an earlier version. Note I actually roll-backed for Rudrene and have stated clearly enough that I will not edit the n-body problem article for a while, allowing him to continue the to clean up, clarification, and additions. I'll withdraw from the article for several months if he desires.

If you really are not Rudrene, then I apologize if this message is accusatory. Please ignore it.

Regards, M∧Ŝc2ħεИτlk 07:52, 13 October 2013 (UTC)

Pacificscottsman (talk) 13:02, 13 October 2013 (UTC) Interesting that you would actually think of the idea that I am "Rudrene" in the first place. May I suggest that you apply that clever, laterally thinking mind of yours to the task of understanding what a Hookean Switch is as related to the use of F=-Kx in the mathematical description of a physical event (everything vibrates). Perhaps my writing might also be a clue to you that I am definitely not Rudrene, as his writing is rather haphazard and needs quite a bit of clean-up. My background is in advanced math modeling of physical and biological systems, which includes economic systems. I have been following the article for quite some time, along with many other articles, related to our beautiful universe we inhabit and, moreover, I can read. Thank you for the compliment of the rapidity with which I progressed through the system of communication. Best of luck to you in your endeavors. User:Pacificscottsman

Thanks, whatever.
It's not impossible for an editor to talk seriously normal, and type in a messy "haphazard style". You seem a bit too fixated on Rudrene for a new editor.
Why not clean up and clarify the prose in the n-body article with Rudrene (assuming he let's you, of course), so the result is written in a professional, lean prose style?
Or given your broad expertise in mathematical modelling, why not edit and improve different articles to the n-body problem?
BTW this IP is Rudrene, and the prose written there is similar to yours here.
Don't worry, to say it once more: I'm staying away from the article. Do as you please.
Best wishes, M∧Ŝc2ħεИτlk 15:34, 13 October 2013 (UTC)