Swartz and Westheimer
You insist on tagging Aaron Swartz as an American Jew, even though he did not identify as one, despite a previous consensus on the talk page, and contrary to policy. At the same time, you insist on not assigning Frank Westheimer to the same category.
I'm confused. And, rather surprisingly, I knew both men personally; that's got to be an unusual, perhaps a unique, distinction.
You're new at Wikipedia, it seems; rather than reverting again -- which will get you into hot water -- you might explain your reasoning on the respective talk pages.MarkBernstein (talk) 20:08, 16 May 2014 (UTC)
- For Aaron Swartz, see the talk page. As for Westheimer, this discussion is not about him. But now that you have sufficient chutzpah to dig my edit record and call me a newbie, may I do the same and remind you that one year ago someone had to tell you to sign you posts, and that you came along with me in this edit war, and that thou shalt make new sections at the bottom of the pages? Pinocchio3000 (talk) 10:27, 17 May 2014 (UTC)
Most dense planet
When you update such an entry, make sure you change the notes to make it about the new planet. The way you udpated it was incorrect, as the note was still refering to the planet you deleted when you changed it to KOI-55 from PSR J1719-1438. The note then did not make factual sense. Further the pulsar planet was already denser than Earth, so your claim that the KOI planet was the only planet denser than Earth was incorrect. -- 18.104.22.168 (talk) 21:03, 16 March 2013 (UTC)