Hi, I just want to say that your numerous and professional edits in the general field of meteorites are greatly appreciated. This is what those articles needed. Many thankyous and keep it up! :-) Deuar 20:14, 29 June 2006 (UTC)
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Revert ok by me edit
Feel free to revert my edits to Meteorite fall.
The specific rationale for the ambitious make-over was not only for ease in editing (I hadn't considered your well-reasoned points on the article's talk-page). The page is too large for my system (WebTV) to handle. In order to even read pages as big as this I must to go to the editing page and read it raw (for some reason this never causes crashes).
The half-way exception is, when an article is broken into smaller sections I can open more of the page (in the case of Meteorite fall about 40%), with an automaticly generated note at the scroll-down saying something like 'the page is too large to open entirely'. This is preferable to my system shutting off, or more commonly freezing for a few minutes, and then shutting off.
Have pity, I am not alone in this.
(P.S. a new system is on the horizon, in about two months. Then no page should pose a problem -not for me anyway.)
Importance of observed falls edit
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