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Speedy deletion of Wyps[edit]

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AfD nomination of Gravensteengroep[edit]

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Speedy deletion nomination of HMi/ Hamburg Mannheimer[edit]

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Welcome[edit]

Since nobody else has, and it may help you get best use out of Wikipedia, Welcome!

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August 2010[edit]

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Talk World Currency[edit]

Here's what was on the deleted page:

What is a currency ?[edit]

currency --SvenAERTS (talk) 18:33, 11 November 2010 (UTC)


What are candidates for a world currency?[edit]

  1. CO2e-certificates of the CER type under the Emission Trading System (ETS) as nearly all countries on the planet are part of the ETS as described under the UNFCCC and put into force under the Kyoto Protocol.--SvenAERTS (talk) 18:33, 11 November 2010 (UTC)
  2. Special Drawing Rights (SDRs}, managed and issued by the IMF--SvenAERTS (talk) 18:33, 11 November 2010 (UTC)


Copied at Courcelles 20:11, 12 November 2010 (UTC)

Wikification[edit]

Hi Sven. I notice you've been enthusiastically adding internal links to various articles, such as Communism, Politics and Bremen Roland. Some are fine, but I've reverted or re-routed others; I've given my reasons for these changes in the relevant talk-page summaries. Before you add any further links to articles, it might help if you read Wikipedia:Manual of Style (linking). Many thanks. Haploidavey (talk) 14:19, 21 January 2011 (UTC)

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nuclear power[edit]

Hey man, thank you for the kind words of support that you left on my talk page. I was wondering if you could weigh in your opinion on the talk page of nuclear power to give your opinion about the inclusion of the material that I provided, but which mojo chan has consistently removed/censored. Seen as you are the only other active user from the talk page, I would greatly appreciate your help. Do you agree that the article should be returned to your last edit? because I do. Boundarylayer (talk) 18:50, 16 January 2013 (UTC)

I would prefer not to use skype[edit]

I understand your effective idea about a collaboration over skype, however I would prefer if we remained using the talk pages of our respective user pages, Is that ok?


Although there have been some edits since your 12 december 2012 edit of the nuclear power page, the material removed has not been replaced, nor has there been any concrete reason for its removal. Instead user: mojo chan has simply denied they were important edits(although what could be more important than the safety record of nuclear power in terms of lives life per unit of electricity delivered?), and Mojochan has displayed the unreasonable decision that everything positive about nuclear power could only possible be from industry shills'. With this term being used for the entire EU apparently, along with many independent universities.

Obviously this guy is not exactly playing with a full deck.

What's to be done? Boundarylayer (talk) 03:03, 20 January 2013 (UTC)

How did you start working for the Environmental Court of Brussels?[edit]

That sounds like a fascinating tale you could tell!

I'm all ears- as the saying goes. Boundarylayer (talk) 07:19, 23 January 2013 (UTC)

@Boundarylayer - Well, to make sure judges come from all political viewpoints, the political parties have to propose candidate judges according to the number of votes they got in the elections. So if there are 3 parties in a country - party 1 holds 10% of the votes; party 2 holds 20% of the votes and party 3 holds 70% of the votes - and you need 10 judges, then 1 judge will come from the list proposed by party 1, 2 judges will come from the list by party 2, and 7 from the list of candidates from party 3. Of course, if there are some candidates who have such a good reputation that they are even preferred over the own candidates, it is possible that the party 3 prefers to vote for a judge from the list of candidates proposed by party 1. I hope that's an answer to your question? Sincerely --SvenAERTS (talk) 22:44, 21 October 2017 (UTC)

Congratulations![edit]

Congratulations on your appointment to the court Sven! Is it enjoyable work? I once voted for the Green party here in Ireland, but have since not voted again. What may interest you is I recently added a section quoting the OECD on the nuclear power page that may answer some of the initial Uranium resources questions you previously had.
I also added a section to the Life-cycle greenhouse-gas emissions of energy sources on the amount of CO2 emitted from nuclear power plants, that you might also find illuminating. Another document that I found particularly insightful was the ExternE pol studies conducted by the EU in partnership with the university of Stuttgart, it objectively analyzed all scalable energy sources and their impact on the environment. http://www.externe.info/externe_d7/
Having looked at your linkedin.com page I feel compelled to agree with you, in regards to the policy of expanding the use of all environmental and economically conscience technologies. I have helped review designs of local farmers plug type anaerobic digestors/biogas generators for agriculture in the past(all design and priming, no messy hands on work thankfully!) and we should endeavour to cut down on waste at every opportunity, but only when it's safe and economical to do so. Sadly however, there have been a number of deaths from falling into anaerobic/biogas pits here in Ireland, and for the energy produced, these deaths should have been entirely avoidable by using safer more reliable technologies, such as Wind and Nuclear power, I have since lost interest in helping review biogas plant design for this reason. As the farmers were not willing to fit the necessary safety equipment, because it would have cost them too much(A point that I agree with in part) What got you interested in nuclear power?
@Boundarylayer The whole discussion on the energy mix. In the European Union there we have a portal site where all the federation of energy technology providers and governmental research institutes come together and put the ball mark figures for their sector: https://setis.ec.europa.eu Also, I did my dissertation in the governmental research institute of the Belgian government / Flanders, where also the Belgian research institute on nuclear energy is hosted. I had the privilege having lunch and becoming friends with some of the "old generation" who were into nuclear power. These guys had a very "hippy"mentality. They really believed they had found eternal / cheap energy for all. A lot of the "Green" technologies were invented as spin-outs by those teams. E.g. imagine you have near to free abundant energy: why not put some in the ground layers some hundreds of meters below and pump it up again in winter? You could have greenhouses producing food just about everywhere in cold climates. Anyway, I ran into some discussions that with all the hunger for energy, and all the intentions to build nuclear power plants in China, India, Turkey, you name it, that there would not be enough nuclear fission material. So I was trying to find more info on how much uranium / yellow cake reserve there is on our planet and how fast we would burn through it, so to speak. I had hoped there would be more on it here on the wikipedia, but alas, nothing. :) I'll have to wait another couple of months or years. I only get into this tangentially professionally. I just know enough to know that the energy issue is worth a whole Directorate General in the EU and that it is a full time job to follow things, keep the ball mark figures in mind etc. I don't have that time. I'm into energy stuff, but another sub-section. :) --SvenAERTS (talk) 23:01, 21 October 2017 (UTC)

Economical reserves of Uranium, essentially limitless[edit]

Hello again, I was reading up on the economical uranium supply and learned of the leaps and bounds being made at economically extracting uranium from sea water made in the last few years. To find out more have a look at the references over at - Peak uranium

An appraisal of nuclear power by a team at MIT in 2003, and updated in 2009, have stated that:[1]

Most commentators conclude that a half century of unimpeded growth is possible, especially since resources costing several hundred dollars per kilogram (not estimated in the Red Book) would also be economically usable...We believe that the world-wide supply of uranium ore is sufficient to fuel the deployment of 1000 reactors over the next half century.

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History_of_the_Israeli - Palestinian conflict[edit]

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Patrick du Plessis "...Désolé mais les Anglais n'ont rien donné, ils ont rendu le mandat sur la Palestine (1) à l’ONU en 1946 suite à la pression effectuée par les groupes terroristes sionistes ‘ Haganah, l'Irgoun et Stern ‘ (2) qui par des actions de meurtres et d'assassinats, chassèrent les Anglais et refoulèrent les Palestiniens (1946 Attentat terroriste de l’Irgoun contre l’Hôtel King David, centre de l’administration britannique à Jérusalem, fait 92 morts (22-07-1946) la Grande-Bretagne abandonne sa tentative de trouver une solution et confie le dossier à l'ONU).

…Une commission d'enquête de l'ONU proposa en 1947 la création de 2 Etats, l'un Juif l'autre Arabe. Le rapport de cette commission prévoit même une union économique. Un statut particulier est prévu pour Jérusalem qui échapperait aux 2 Etats pour éviter tout conflit. Ce plan sera adopté par les 2/3 des membres de l'ONU. ... (1) statut politique proposé par la Société des Nations en Palestine en 1920 et établi à partir de 1923) (2) Pour mieux comprendre le conflit Israélien et Palestinien, historique : 1517-1917 la Palestine est ottomane, la population juive est estimée à 10 000 personnes, puis avec le développement du sionisme combiné à la peur suscitée par les pogroms (1896-1917) cela provoque une vague d'immigration vers la Palestine, à la fin de la période ottomane (1917), la population juive Palestinienne est estimée entre 56 000 et 82 000 personnes, la population arabe Palestinienne à plus de 600 000 personnes. 1882 Premières terres achetées en Palestine par le baron Edmond de Rothschild 1882-1903 Première vague d'immigration juive vers la Palestine (Alya) 1897 Création de l’Organisation sioniste mondiale par Théodore Herzl à l’issue du 1er congrès sioniste mondial à Bâle le 29 08 1897 1904-1914 Deuxième Alya 1917 Déclaration Balfour (La Grande-Bretagne favorable à un foyer national juif en Palestine) 1919-1923 Troisième Alya 1920 L'empire Ottoman perd ses territoires dont la Palestine suite à sa défaite lors de la 1ere guerre mondiale aux cotés de l'Allemagne 1920 Début du mandat britannique sur la Palestine 1920-1921 Emeutes entre arabes et juifs 1920 Création de l'Haganah (Armée clandestine sioniste) 1929 Emeutes entre arabes et juifs 1931 Création de l'Irgoun (Armée clandestine sioniste) 1936-1939 Révolte arabe contre l'autorité britannique et l'immigration juive 1936-1939 Série d'attentats de l'Irgoun contre les arabes 1939 Immigration juive limitée par l'autorité britannique 1940 Création du groupe Stern (Organisation terroriste sioniste) 1941-1948 Série d'attentats du groupe Stern contre l'autorité britannique 1944 Assassinat du ministre-résident britannique Lord Moyne par 2 membres du groupe Stern au Caire (06/11/1944) 1946 Attentat terroriste de l’Irgoun contre l’Hôtel King David, centre de l’administration britannique à Jérusalem, fait 92 morts (22-07-1946) la Grande-Bretagne abandonne sa tentative de trouver une solution et confie le dossier à l'ONU 1947 Exodus, bateau qui transporta des Juifs, émigrant clandestinement du port de Sète (11-07- 1947), vers la Palestine, alors sous mandat britannique, de nombreux passagers entament une grève de la faim, la dureté de la répression anglaise aura une grande influence sur la future reconnaissance de l'État d'Israël 1947 Plan de partage de la Palestine par l'ONU 1947 Guerre civile (Palestino-sioniste) 1948 Massacre de 254 palestiniens par l'Irgoun et le groupe Stern à Deir Yassin 1948 Exode palestinien, la police et les troupes britanniques n’interviennent pas 1948 Fin du mandat britannique sur la Palestine, départ le 15 Mai dans la précipitation à 0¨heure 1948 Proclamation de l'Etat d'Israël, dans l’après-midi du 14 Mai par les principales organisations juives, qui forment un groupe de 37 membres au nom de ‘ Conseil du peuple ‘, en s’appuyant sur la résolution de l’ONU du 29 Novembre 1947 1948-1949 Guerre israélo-arabe

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OLPC in Afghanistan[edit]

Hi, I've tried to adjust your addition to the Afghanistan page to bring more in line with wikipedia policies, and to not appear to be criticizing the government by saying that people are needed to write letters to pressure them. I haven't been able to find direct support for the statements that you made in the citation about 5000 laptops and the anonymous donor, so could you please point to those more explicitly (perhaps on my talk page)? It also isn't clear to me whether the http://wiki.laptop.org site is one that anyone, even someone such as me, could edit; if it is, then it may be necessary (to avoid having the wikipedia information deleted) to get other sources as well, even simple newspaper articles. In fact, it would be good in any case to include something from independent sources. Best wishes, Sminthopsis84 (talk) 16:37, 2 October 2014 (UTC)

Hi again. Thanks for replying on my talk page. The answer to your question about how would I would ever know is that I could remember to look at your talk page again a bit later to see if you had replied,
with the tens of things I am doing, I wouldn't be able to remember where I've been contributing or not. I'm not as smart as you. I need another solution.
or you could use one of the templates here that send a notification, such as {{ping|Sminthopsis84}}.
Aha ! I'm checking all the buttons in the edit mode, but can't actually find one that helps further an exchange like ours between 2 contributors. Am I missing something / a button? Ah found the nowiki button. Let's see what that does: ping|SvenAERTS


I've added a direct link to the video. That's a sad story that the success of the initial project was unassessed because of the conflict. Sminthopsis84 (talk) 11:59, 3 October 2014 (UTC)
Well, you're contributing by helping me with the paragraph. But to second your reflection: Wouldn't it be so much more helpful if these presidents / ministers of education / military would answer why they don't want/can't invest 135€/xo laptop+30 €/PV panel=165 €/laptopschool. 7 yrs average life time = 23€/yrs.kid. The XO can carry 1000 ebooks, and the touch screen and trackpad are a substitute for paper. So you have ALL the books of a whole school career on every XO and hundreds of other useful books, e.g. on how to repair a bike, how to make a more efficient stove, use a car electricity generator to generate electricity via a little river, books on hygiene, etc. all that stuff is often made and available on websites of UNICEF, EuropAid, USAid, etc. 23€/yrs.kid = a couple of these big bullets, they're firing by the hundreds. Anyway.


P.S.: if you are in contact with people at the OLPC wiki, you might mention that this page is sadly misleading, and OLPC XO-3 gets its information from there. It says that the XO-3 was cancelled, but there is apparently something called the XO tablet that is mass produced, as mentioned here and particularly here. It would be good to get pointers to the current model on these pages, rather than just "The XO-3 is a tablet by OLPC that was cancelled in late 2012.[1] The next planned OLPC hardware release is the XO-4 laptop, a successor to the XO-1.75 and due in 2013." Sminthopsis84 (talk) 13:12, 3 October 2014 (UTC)

I agree. I've added this to the reference:

" The tablet idea was not abandoned but taken further in another constellation. The tablet you now see that is promoted by olpc is this one: http://one.laptop.org/about/xo-tablet

"

So these kids in Afghanistan, they have regular XO-laptops.

ping? :)

) Yes, they have regular XO-laptops. They are mentioned in http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Afghanistan ping|SvenAERTS --SvenAERTS (talk) 00:25, 12 July 2015 (UTC)

So about wikipedia tricks: I have added your talk page to my watch list. Actually, I have set an option in Preferences (under the Watchlist tab) that every page I edit is automatically added to my watch list (then I have to take some of them off, or it becomes unmanageable). Sorry that my explanation of ping was inadequate. Have a look at Template:Reply to (which also goes by the name ping) and Wikipedia:Templates. Mostly, I think we learn these things by having seen them used somewhere, so learning speeds up as time goes on.

About the XO tablet, I've added some material at OLPC XO-1#XO Tablet, and added a redirect so that you can get there from XO tablet. I've also changed OLPC_XO-3 so that it the XO-4, which also ended, doesn't seem to be the only successor. (By the way, I mentioned this to a computer science professor that I know, who said that he believed that OLPC had lost momentum and been bypassed by the technology, so it seems quite important to make these little corrections in wikipedia.) Sminthopsis84 (talk) 17:40, 3 October 2014 (UTC)

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Education in haiti[edit]

Greetings. Just a brief comment to thank you for your contributions to WP, and to call your attention to potential spam in your latest changes. Please, take a look at these two links: WP:SPAM and WP:ES, and let me know if you have questions. I would like to work with you in improving Haitian articles. Thanks. Caballero/Historiador 16:23, 14 February 2016 (UTC)

Hi User:Caballero1967 - no, I don't really see any spam issue. We do need to insert a link to the page with the original info? That's all I did? --SvenAERTS (talk) 19:04, 14 February 2016 (UTC)
First of all, I want you to realize that I am being sincere when I say that I appreciate your contributions and your interest on this type of educational program. But the information you included here, at least, in the way you presented it, is not material for an encyclopedia (WP:NOT). Actually, it is tantamount to advocacy (WP:ADVOCACY). I noticed you have been through several pages and doing the same things, which meets the traits of spam (WP:SPAM). There might be an article where this might fit properly, but not on these ones, and not in the way you include it. Moreover, including new information about what an organization's work and then solely citing the organization's own page is not good practice either. An encyclopedia relies on independent sources (WP:RS) and would cite the organization's page only if it is strictly necessary (e.g. citing or referring to the information from the cite like mission statements). If you find an article where this information could fit properly, however, then the organization's page might go in the external links section, but only if it is directly relevant to the article. This is not the case in none of the articles you added such info. Please, let me know if this makes sense. I would gladly hear and weight your arguments. Caballero/Historiador 22:44, 14 February 2016 (UTC)

Asbergers syndrome[edit]

That edit you made there was highly offensive and will be reported to administrators Xx C00l G$Y x#t@lk 03:42, 6 April 2016 (UTC)


Dear Xx C00l G$Y x#, I've made hundreds of edits in the Wikipedia. They are always constructive. You're the first one to attack me the way you do and for what? 1. For adding that the UN has a commemorative day on Autism on the commemorative day itself - which was my way of contributing to the stigma around Autism and is certainly something that has its place in the page here. 2. I've made the edit in presence of a friend who has been diagnosed with Asbergers syndrome and was very happily surprised I informed him of it. 3. I don't see how adding that the UN has a commemorative day for Autism can be "higly offensie" ? Please explain.

For all these reasons take down your complaint immediately. --SvenAERTS (talk) 05:21, 6 April 2016 (UTC) let me check my logs.--Xx C00l G$Y x#t@lk 05:23, 6 April 2016 (UTC) Ok Your good sorry about that :-)--Xx C00l G$Y x#t@lk 05:26, 6 April 2016 (UTC)

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Hoi, bedankt. Ik zat op de engelse wikipedia en de nederlandse wikipedia, zag dat ik 2 berichten had, kom op jou bericht, wilde " Template:Universele gebruiker " op mijn talk pagina achterlaten, tot ik plots zag dat ik - je link volgende - nu op nl.wiktionary.org zit. Hoe kan dat? En ik krijg op mijn pagina op de wikipedia de opmerking "Creating Template:Universele gebruiker Wikipedia does not have a template with this exact title". Er klopt hier iets niet. Snap jij wat er aan de hand is? Heb ook eens geprobeerd met Template:Universal user, maar dat geeft zelfde opmerking. --SvenAERTS (talk) 01:08, 15 June 2016 (UTC)

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Re: Import question[edit]

Hello, in this case since you created the redirect at "Earth Summits", it would probably be easiest to just translate the content on the French Wikipedia, replace the redirect with your translation, and use {{copied}} on the talk page of the new article to show where the text has come from. Graham87 16:03, 5 July 2017 (UTC)

Hope you like how it turned out for now: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Summits grtz, --SvenAERTS (talk) 23:02, 5 July 2017 (UTC)
Yep, sounds good. Graham87 09:30, 6 July 2017 (UTC)

See Also sections 1[edit]

Afternoon Sven, when adding "See Also" can you ensure the subject is not already linked within the document, and is not the name of the same article (i.e. don't link "Reparations" to "Reparations"). Koncorde (talk) 12:32, 6 July 2017 (UTC)

Of course. Sorry missed that one. --SvenAERTS (talk) 13:16, 6 July 2017 (UTC)

See Also sections 2[edit]

Also, cutting and pasting the same "See Also"'s across several subjects as you did introduced a lot of duplicated or unrelated topics. War and Holocaust issues are distinct from Slavery, conflating the two is problematic.

War and Holocaust issues are distinct from Slavery of course, yet they share a common issue: reparation. The "See also" section is not the place to put these then? How about categories? Sincerely --SvenAERTS (talk) 13:16, 6 July 2017 (UTC)
Linking to "reparation" and a category of reparation or similar is appropriate and I would expect all forms of reparation to be included within such a category if it existed, as all related matters should be associated with the category. The See also section is great for bringing in topics that could be within the main body, but didn't fit the topic enough to do so. So WW2 and WW1 is a good link, as would be similar post war reparations or outcomes of reparations. However slavery has a very distinct topic (it tends to be economic or social), I would say something like the Japanese use of POW and Comfort Women for instance would be a rare occasion where the two were linked vaguely. Koncorde (talk) 13:40, 6 July 2017 (UTC)
@Koncorde : As per https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Contents/Categories "Categories (along with other features like cross-references, lists, and infoboxes) help you to find information, even if you don't know what exists or what it's called." I'd interpret that as being more tolerant towards the use of categories and the "See Also" section. Reparation is at the center of 2 decades we are living in 1: 2011-2020 http://www.un.org/en/decolonization/thirdinternatldecade.shtml and 2: 2015-2025 www.un.org/en/events/africandescentdecade/ . People are looking for arguments used in similar cases - s.a. the reparations the Holocaust victims won, the reparations by WWI and WWII victims/states. I'm involved in these issues as a judge here at the Brussels Court, so I know. So please put back my links and categories. SincerelySvenAERTS (talk) 13:57, 6 July 2017 (UTC)
Please see WP:INVOLVED then please. I have not removed all your additions, only those that do not align with the purpose of See Also. I am sure there are plenty of categories that are applicable, or other See Also, but not the ones I have removed (which is likely why they were not there previously). Koncorde (talk) 17:18, 6 July 2017 (UTC)

See Also sections 3[edit]

Political Correctness is not related to reparations. One is a legal resort, the other something approached in terms of language to prevent disenfranchisement. Koncorde (talk) 12:32, 6 July 2017 (UTC)

Political Correctness is not the same as but is related to reparations: reparations are one of the characteristics to determine Political Correctness, so that's why I think it is appropriate to link both via the "See also" section. Is the "See also" is not the place to put these then? How about categories? Sincerely --SvenAERTS (talk) 13:16, 6 July 2017 (UTC)
Reparations are the (usually) financial compensations for some act. Political Correctness is not about reparations, and in fact requires no actions to have taken place (it's about language and social constructs). I would say something like Affirmative Action is the only element even close to being associated with reparations (but we should be careful with linking stuff like Holocaust with Affirmative Action). Koncorde (talk) 13:45, 6 July 2017 (UTC)

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Whisperback[edit]

You have new message/s Hello. You have a new message at Kudpung's talk page. 11:59, 9 July 2017 (UTC)

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Diannaa Corruption article: Again a copyright violation?

Hi D, things are not well. Now I get a message from you that you'll permanently block me - last warning etc.

  1. 1. I try my best when I'm helping to improve articles. E.g. I document my changes just about always - here too: "Added numbers of the size of the corruption problem and link to the 9 december observance day of anti-corruption)". The article states "This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it." Adding a number on the size of corruption didn't seem like a bad idea. You erased it. Including where the number came from: the UN Anti Corruption unit. Quoting is ok - I read the guidelines on quoted. Where did I go wrong?
  1. 2. When I want to check out what I did wrong, I couldn't see it anymore because you deleted my 730 character changes:

I remember the article stating "This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it." I'm a judge at the Brussels Court. I'm working with the UN on #GlobalGoals16 Peace & Justice, so I know something about fighting corruption. I just added the estimated numbers on the size of corruption from the page . I understand you have to write stuff in your own words, but on the same time it is ok to quote according to the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:Quotations. I think I do rephrase things, I understand it is ok to do quotes, and here in the article on corruption the part that I quoted could be considered minor as the article is long enough: I only added 730 characters in total . What happened to the wikipedia guideline of ""Be polite, and welcoming to new users", "Assume good faith"? As someone who has +500 edits on wikipedia, I feel being bullied and threatened rather than helped. So can you mail me the changes so I can go over them again to learn from my mistakes?

  1. 3. Finally, I just added a link to the World Anti-Corruption day. What can be wrong with that? I mean, the wikipedia article on corruption has no link to the UN World Anti-Corruption day? Come on. You could at least leave that?

Sincerely & Peace - though I don't feel it coming from your side anymore, from Brussels --SvenAERTS (talk) 00:17, 25 July 2017 (UTC)

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Diannaa The anti-corruption day doesn't show though. Can you check ?SvenAERTS (talk) 17:39, 1 August 2017 (UTC)
Someone else has removed it in this edit: Diff of CorruptionDiannaa 🍁 (talk) 19:18, 1 August 2017 (UTC)


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Your contributed article, Tributes to the victims[edit]

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Seryozha Aleshkov[edit]

Seryozha Aleshkov is famous for carrying the title of the youngest soldier who participated in the Battle of Stalingrad. He's often portrayed in his little military uniform at the age of 6 years in 1942. During a fight, he saved the life of a regimental commander and was rewarded the for combat service for his courage and bravery. His example continous to inspire numerous people today. Little Sergey was found walking in the forest by Soviet troops and got adopted by one of the officers. During battles he helped with bringing ammunition. Later he became wounded during Stalingrad battle and sent to hospital. He never went back to the fields of war. When he grew up, he became a lawyer. Sergey died in 1990, one year before Soviet Union collapsed. This is an assist for a kick-start article. I couldn't find one.

Uranium ore[edit]

Estimates of Available Uranium-235, an isotope required for the present world fleet of light water reactors, that is, not the uranium-238 feedstock needed for some breeder reactor designs, one of which was discussed above. Available U-235 estimates depend on what ore resources are included in the simple extrapolations. The squares represent relative sizes of different estimates, whereas the numbers at the lower edge give an estimate on how long the given resource would last at present U-235 consumption rates, a consumption rate based upon the unrealistic assumption that old LWR generation II reactors will still be operating after their lifetimes are up, 30 years from now, and that no Generation III reactors or generation IV reactors replace these less efficient reactors.
██ Reserves in current mines[2]
██ Known economic reserves, a figure that has increased from 80 to over 100 years after this estimate was made in 2005.[3]
██ Conventional undiscovered resources[4]
██ Total ore resources at 2004 prices[2]
██ Unconventional resources (at least 4 billion tons, could last for millennia)[4]

Hey man, thanks for the reply...some crazy years later.

You're looking for information that changes all the time as new mines are discovered but check out the page I wrote [Nuclear power proposed as renewable energy-Fuel supply]. I think the type of information you're after is there, make sure to let me know on my talk page if it is?

& hey don't forget about the Irish people when you end up working for the evil-Eurocrats! :-)

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  1. ^ http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/pdf/nuclearpower-update2009.pdf page 12
  2. ^ a b Herring, J. S. (2004). "Uranium and thorium resource assessment". In Cleveland, C. J. Encyclopedia of Energy. Boston University. pp. 279–298. doi:10.1016/B0-12-176480-X/00292-8. ISBN 0-12-176480-X. 
  3. ^ NEA, IAEA (2016). Uranium 2016 – Resources, Production and Demand (PDF). OECD Publishing. doi:10.1787/uranium-2016-en. ISBN 978-92-64-26844-9. 
  4. ^ a b Price, R.; Blaise, J. R. (2002). "Nuclear Fuel Resources: Enough to Last?" (PDF). NEA News. 20 (2): 10–13.