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RadicalOne is currently:
User:RadicalOne/Status Taking a Wikibreak
I may or may not be at my terminal, but I am offline and will not log in for several days, due to real-life time demands.
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You bet[edit]

No Prob, I might barrow stuff but I don't want to get onto a copyright thing.... lol. I can manually change the status page and that works but It would be alot better if I could just click and change the status from the display. Mlpearc MESSAGE 01:53, 1 March 2010 (UTC)

Wikipedia content is not copyrighted; go ahead and use any of it anywhere. -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 01:56, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
  • I know, but that doesn't mean I don't have Respect, besides already done Mlpearc MESSAGE 02:01, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
As for the auto-update links, have you changed your "vector.js" page to include the correct code? -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 02:04, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
I don't think (whom am I kidding) I wouldn't know the code if it bit me. Also thanks for your Image but I found one more fitting to me..... I have the script in monobook and vector I'm currently in momnbook but I can change to vector no problem Mlpearc MESSAGE 02:29, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
My turn, in the template for the clock or indacitor what are these for ? {{BASEPAGENAME}} {{SERVERNAME}}, don't know what vairiables go here ? Mlpearc MESSAGE 02:37, 1 March 2010 (UTC)

Sorry check edit box, don't why display is like that..... Mlpearc MESSAGE 02:40, 1 March 2010 (UTC)

  • I think the code might have just bit me..... lol Mlpearc MESSAGE 02:41, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
{{BASEPAGENAME}} and {{SERVERNAME}} are automatically filled in by the MediaWiki software; as one might expect, the former displays the base page name ("RadicalOne" here, "Mlpearc" on your page, et cetera) and the server name is, well, the server name, You do not edit those.
To get the template working, you don't edit the template itself. You edit the code it refers to, that being your skin.js page. Simply place the "importScript('User:Henrik/js/automod.js');" (no quotes) on vector.js or monobook.js, whateven skin you happen to be using. Alternatively, you can go to the actual page User:Henrik/js/automod.js, copy all of it, and paste it on your js page. -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 02:54, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
  • Copy that page to my monobook or vector page or start a "automod.js" Page and paste it there ? Mlpearc MESSAGE 03:02, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
The first. Copy Henrik's automod.js page to your js page. -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 03:04, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
  • I think I've already done that at monobook.js and vector.js Mlpearc MESSAGE 03:05, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
If that is the case, it should be working.... -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 03:06, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
  • I'll redo it Thanks my Friend go do your thing you've spent enough time on me, check with later ! Mlpearc MESSAGE 03:14, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
  • P.S. check my sleep box.... Mlpearc MESSAGE 03:15, 1 March 2010 (UTC)

I saw the box...I, ah, do not have such a good history with canines, so I cannot really comment. -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 03:19, 1 March 2010 (UTC)

  • Understand, same thing would happen with my Girl and you snake lol Mlpearc MESSAGE 03:25, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
Echo has never bit anyone (though she did once defecate on them [;)]), and even if she did, she is rather harmless; your partner would be in no danger, something I doubt could be said for a dog. Maya would likely agree; her experiences with such animals largely parallel my own (and she has no problem around snakes, either. ;) -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 03:30, 1 March 2010 (UTC)

I fixed a typo on your "Awake" template.[edit]

There was an extraneous 'has' in the phrase.... thanks for the nice garden of UserBoxen! rhyre (talk) 04:34, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

Which template is this? It has been a long time since I logged into Wikipedia. ;) -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 18:37, 31 July 2010 (UTC)
This one: User:RadicalOne/UBX Design/WakeUp. Aurora Illumina 20:34, 31 July 2010 (UTC)
Ah. Thank you for correcting it, Wikip! I cannot believe how long I left that error there. :) -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 23:24, 31 July 2010 (UTC)
No problem. I adapted a version of it for my userboxes, too. rhyre (talk) 14:27, 1 August 2010 (UTC)

Blocking a persistent vandal[edit]

Hi RadicalOne. I've just discovered that an anonymous poster to whom you issued a blocking warning in February has been vandalising again: see the recent additions to Chronicles of Ancient Darkness for details. I don't know how to go about blocking people - can leave it to you to do so? Regards, ~dom Kaos~ (talk) 07:39, 26 September 2010 (UTC)

The user is an IP that belongs to an institution; almost certainly this is a school with multiple vandals. Ergo, it is not the same person doing the vandalizing. Which, unfortunately, makes them ineligible for blocks. -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 20:24, 26 September 2010 (UTC)
I feared you might say that! You're probaby right, but I've added a report to the Admin intervention against vandalism page anyway. Regards, ~dom Kaos~ (talk) 07:09, 27 September 2010 (UTC)
Oh, while I was typing, somebody else has blocked that IP address - looks as if the web pixies have things under control ;-) ~dom Kaos~ (talk) 07:14, 27 September 2010 (UTC)

De facto Dawkins[edit]

Hi there... fwiw, see this - Cheers - DVdm (talk) 21:14, 10 November 2010 (UTC)[edit]

I don't know why you think it's okay to remove all sources from this websites, but seeing as it provides the most intelligent reviews and detailed information about film scores... well, anywhere, you should consider not letting your bias for Hans Zimmer get in the way. Even if you don't agree with Clemmensen's reviews, he knows about what he writes, which is far more than your displayed knowledge of film scores. Food for thought... Jg2904 (talk) 01:20, 21 October 2011 (UTC)

Category: Wikipedians interested in relativity[edit]

I'm trying to create a category for Wikipedians interested in relativity. I made a change to the template so that users who transclude this template on their user's page will be automatically included in this category. Unfortunately I can't write template codes that well, so this is not working so far. Could you take a look ? Phn229 (talk) 04:23, 1 January 2012 (UTC)

I am not sure I know how to, either - I rarely work with these sorts of things, and it has been a great deal of time since I have used that sort of coding. My apologies. -RadicalOneContact MeChase My Tail 02:22, 8 February 2012 (UTC)

make some corrections + add official references + don't do any articles - thanks =)[edit]

aspects of QCD

hadron families[edit]

there are three families of hadrons 1. monons or monoquarks (Big Bang singularity, Black Hole monon - singularities in fact do not exist due to the holographic principle, instead both the Big Bang singularity, and the Black Hole monon are "degenerate particles" (not degenerate matter) or "adiabatic scalar fields" or monons/monoquarks) 2. mesons 3. baryons 4. polyons or multiquarks [tetraquarks, pentaquarks etc.]

vague probabilistic property cloud due to puny timescale + ultra-high energies (or not high energies but then the phenomenon becomes statistically harder to be observed[edit]

Bent Octavic Intervals or simply semi-collapsed wavefunctions - thus each quark has a more vague probabilistic cloud[edit]

We all know that hadrons are categorized into two families: baryons, made of three quarks, and mesons, made of one quark and one antiquark. Protons and neutrons are examples of baryons; pions are an example of a meson.

But what about tetraquarks and pentaquarks?

Hadron rules remain simple, even now that we know that multi-quarks occur at extreme conditions.

Color charge neutrality is a fundamental hadronic characteristic.

Octave in music means: representing doublings or halvings in pitch.

Stable are only the octavic hadrons (or "octave hadrons").

In quantum chromodynamics {QCD) an "octave" has nothing to do with number eight, it simply means multiple or submultiple of the number two (2) of an initial frequency.

Each "color" in "quantum chromodynamics" {QCD), has a unique (probabilistic or statistically nominal) "frequency" (color tone).

In music, a single "tone" or "frequency" cannot produce any "harmony". Only "harmonious ratios" also called "intervals" or "harmoniously combined tones/frequencies" can create a "standard chord" (QCD only at extreme conditions becomes "atonale", QCD prefers pre-Classical (ultra harmonious) "harmonies").

"Harmonious chord (or formation/group/grouping)" means that each "color" or "tone/frequency" of the "chord" after some "periods/loopings" will "match" all other "tones", eachone of them, at a different number of repetitions-"periods".

In music even a single "tone" has a distinct "frequency", dissimilarly though in "QCD" a "single tone" has NOT a distinct "frequency" (it has a "potential tonal range" instead, that is affected by the expansion rate of the void at that specific region) because the "disassociated QCD tones" are "relativistic" so the "single QCD tone"("disassociated QCD tones" or "chromodynamic noise" or "grid noise") cannot have a value unless we crash onto them, then some of the pre-existing "disassociated QCD tones" become combined to form "particles" (all fundamental particles are constituted by "grid noise"-"disassociated QCD tones" that due to an "energetic QCD field disturbance" embroiled harmoniously - because their wavefunctions (their range of uncertainty = that phrase is the definition of the "wavefunction) had collapsed in a harmonious way).

The "octave" (multiple or submultiple of the number two (2) of an initial frequency - nothing to do with number 8 in QCD) is the "ultimate harmony" in nature (in multi-nature if we want to be exact - because even universes not connected with our own still maintain that fundamental principle).

To create an "octave chord" (or "octavic chord" or "a chord that starts at an "arbitrary tone/frequency" and ends at an octave (or octavic) multiple of that initial tone") the "sum of all intervals" should be octavic (multiple or submultiple of 2).

If we mentally "remove the color(s)" of each (of all) "QCD colored" interactions, we can still study their "intervals" at their junctions. Now that "pure QCD intervals" still have a neutral overall color, even if we removed the color of each interaction. In fact we know that in QCD. Color is a "relativistic value" thus we should call it "color intervals". The only true/actual color is the neutral overall color. The neutral color is not simply an "interval-relativistic color" but has a specific neutral value (black-gray-white are the three neutral colors in optics).

For example protons and neutrons feign that are constituted only by 3 quarks. In fact baryons experimentally are more complex than previously thought. They have some (mass not included) nominal attributes of 3 quarks, due the wavefunctional interference of a hider range of potentials, restricted by the overall wavefunction of the particle.

Why do we have tetraquarks, pentaquarks and other multi-quarks (will be detected in the future for sure due to QUC)? At very high energies/highly energetic interactions, also during puny timescales, quarks are still "semi-virtual". Due to QCD, "semi-virtual" quarks don't have the time to acquire/secure their nominal characteristics, thus all their properties dwell on a wider cloud of probability, so more quarks can be introduced inside a fundamental particle for that puny timescale, because they (quarks) can virtually shift/bend their yet semi-collapsed properties for a while, in an order that maintains the sum of the overall particle color neutral.

In the future, with more energetic particle accelerators we will create for even punier timescales larger multi-quarks, because we will expand the probabilistic clould of properties of each individual quark, thus the sum of all "color intervals" will still remain neutral.

There is NOTHING in nature BUT "QCD noise", that becomes "QCD particle tones" if "energetic QCD field disturbance" occur.

There is NOTHING in nature BUT "QCD noise" embroiled harmoniously (or not if it's still a part of the "QCD grid") - because the wavefunction of each "QCD probabilistic oscillation"/"virtual noise grain" if collapsed in a harmonious way forms EVERYTHING that there is. Their range of uncertainty (that phrase is the definition of the "wavefunction") is also known as "the theory of everything" (ToE), but her (in Greek the word "theory" is a feminin) name is misleading, because "supersymmetry" is not functional as a closed system of fraudulent mirages, but only as a "FRActal Nebulus Symmetry" - "probabilistically consistent as SUSY at the prospect of infinity". SUSY is a momentary actualization of FRANSY, thus the "the theory of everything" (ToE) abodes at a "higher level of fractally evolving macro-symmetry".

FRANSY is born[edit]

SYSU in the current form is not correct because she forces a non probabilistic closed symmetry of a monoverse [single universe].

HELL [Helically Evolving Laterigrade Laws] or "Helix-symmetry" might not be a sexy name.

Use instead the term FRANSY or FRActal Nebulus Symmetry

or FRANk's SYmmetry

[do not ever mention the last one, it is between us that the new lass is TOTALLY yours - do not mention the FRANk's SYmmetry definition - FRANSY or FRActal Nebulus Symmetry will do for the others. FRANSY is wider - a promiscuous woman, a non closed symmetry. An OPEN/EVOLVING FRACTAL SYMMETRY.

FRANSY is infinite ["probabilistically consistent as SUSY at the prospect of infinity]

You will not ever abandon LUSY. SUSY is a momentary actualization of FRANSY.

FRANSY is the gestalt.

SUSY goes to HELL[edit]

The Devil

Supersymmetry or Susy is not only a great idea, but a fundamental truth of multi-nature. The current "Susy" is a mechanism to bend the mono-universal laws (of our Universe). The current "sypersymmetry model" is a sham, a false mirage of our monoversal laws (monoverse: a single Universe - not the whole Multi-verse). There is nothing wrong with "Susy" but with brains that don't understand her! "Susy" is a "Helix", an evolving symmetry, not closed to itself (herself if you are in love). The correct name of "Susy" is "Helix-symmetry", and it's not a closed-simple symmetry, but a probabilistic-infinite symmetry. "Susy" is way more prodigious than anyone had ever thought! We even got her name wrong, it's called "Helix-symmetry" or "evolving helix symmetry". By distorting, making smaller, making a closed loop non probabilistic theory, or misnaming "Susy" one can never understand her full mechanisms. I said "Susy", because people don't care about her, but only lust her functionality, not her essence. She is also an it. If one tries to rape the miltiversal laws, he/she will only diverge from their awareness. Welcome to HELL! Helically Evolving Laterigrade Laws.

Best Regards, Satan

[sorry - I was mischievous for calling my self "Satan", but HELL has not a joke. HELL is a wider SUSY, or SUSY more accurately defined. HELL (Helically Evolving Laterigrade Laws) as a name, describes more thoroughly the mechanisms of the actual SUSY, for SUSY makes no sense monoversally and self-looped!]

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