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    Re: Lunar Distance in Wikipedia
    From: Frank Reed CT
    Date: 2007 Jul 24, 23:52 -0700

    George you wrote, re "at its zenith":
    "Perhaps, then, we should follow Fred and stop quibbling about that
    usage,
    especially as it's obvious what was intended there. "
    
    Not necessary. The nice thing about Wikipedia is that we don't have to
    worry about such quibbling. We can simply delete a phrase if it sounds
    wrong. And I see that Renee has already done just that (Ahoy, Renee.
    We had declared you MIA a few weeks back).
    
    The number one requirement for a Wikipedia article is references. If
    you want to create an article there that has some stability and gets
    respect, the best thing you can do is include copious references to
    published works and avoid refering to "independent research". That
    said, it's pretty easy. So just dive right in, George. Start editing.
    There's space "behind" each page to discuss the reasons for the
    changes you make and to explain them or defend them as you see fit. We
    could also discuss changes here on the list, but that might get
    redundant.
    
    -FER
    
    
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