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Greetings Kortoso, Please use edit summaries it makes it a lot easier for people who are watching pages. Thanks. - - MrBill3 (talk) 02:10, 8 November 2013 (UTC)

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Discussion about Fractional Freezing

Hi Korso. I have added to the discussion on Fractional Freezing, and would welcome your input. -- Greg Mahan (talk) 15:52, 14 January 2014 (UTC)

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Mahishasura

I suggest you carefully read through the article and see what I mean about Mahishi. I am having a hard time finding information that can corroborate Mahishi being his mother, yet the article's introduction mentions Mahishi as his mother. Later, Mahishi is described as the sister. If you have a better idea or have a good source, please double check which one is accurate and make corrections accordingly throughout the article. This may require some major cleanup to the article. --NJ (talk) 00:41, 21 October 2015 (UTC)

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OR tagging of cold shock response

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THAAD

Are you aware that China & Russia have moved all of their mobile ICBMs 400Km from their resepective borders. www.armscontrolwonk.com The name change from 'Theatre' to 'Terminal' kind of gave the game away that they can get them coming or going. The THAAD ED will, no doubt, be able to take out ICBM (the reach up to 14000Km up) in the bus stage. Engines have stopped, inertia now means their direction is just that described by a paraboloa. The reason for that is that to hit them before they split into MIRVs. It's being played down but it gives the US a massive advantage, especially the Hypersonic Technology Vehicles. Fit THAAD-ED to the HTV and suddenly, all fixed-site ICBMs will become redundant and a submarine might launch 1 missile before it is destroyed (if you can put an atom bomb into a 155mm shell, a missile that lands roughly near the detonation will be crushed. Both Russia and China are working together to find a solution to THAAD which shows how far behind they are and how much it could affect the balance of power. It will certainly make every Eastern European country wanting to join NATO. I'm English and we spend 5% of out budget on NATO but if I'm honest, I don't think that the US could afford the number of aircraft & missiles to defend the UK. The important thing is, it looks like once those hypersonic 'bombers' are produced, it could mean that the US could win a nuclear war, i.e. the nation-state survives. Because of the innacuracy of Chinese ICBMs, they are introducing MRVs' i.e. multiple warheads all aimed at the same target. Thats a HUGE outlay and we can learn from what they do, what we can do. Those MRVs, BTW, will be copies of the W-87 & W-88 US warheads. It then means that they will be sub-megatonne. This is just my opinion, but I think Russia & China have been faster to build potent digital attack vectors. The items for Windows is obviously the bottom-end of the spectrum BUT we do need to do better. I was an assembly-language programmer for 20 years and with the ARM M0+ having just being released, I'm hoping that assembly language will be back... well, I can only hope. -- Preceding unsigned comment added by 81.99.74.135 (talk) 10:55, 10 April 2017 (UTC)

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What is a "Jeblat"? Before you start accusing people of vandalism, I suggest creating a user page.
Jeblat, regarding my OR edit on parang (knife), I was asking a constructive question regarding whether the article's conclusions were derived from the quoted source. How can that be construed to be vandalism? Please explain. I am here to help improve Wikipedia.

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Firstly, I do not think asking what my username is in anyway relevant to the subject at hand. I don't think it is compulsory to have a user page, neither do you have one yourself. Secondly, if you intend to question the source, you can always place a citation tag, instead of "OR". If you intend to discuss contents within the article, you may do so in the article's Talk page. Putting "OR" as a form of questioning the "rationale in the source" is not the standard in Wikipedia. The link to "OR" itself does not bear any connection to your concern of the "rationale in the source". Thirdly, you may spend some time in Help:Contents to help you improve Wikipedia. -Jeblat (talk) 10:38, 12 October 2018 (UTC)

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