Category talk:Inexplicable physics pages

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All the pages are not my work. Fedosin (discusscontribs) 16:47, 27 September 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Thanks for the response. Would you specify what is your work and what is not? As far as I've seen, the pages were created by IP, but sometimes (at least once) the IP was one that was apparently yours. Would you mind editing the pages that are yours, or if not yours, would you be willing to adopt them? If nobody is willing to take responsibility for those pages, they should be deleted, my opinion. I.e., on each page, at the top, if it is yours, place "This is an essay by [your signature]." If you are adopting the page, "This essay has been adopted by [your signature]." And if it is not yours and you don't want to adopt it, you could speed up this process by placing this at the top:
{{delete|non-standard physics, no attributed author}}.
I'm glad that we may finally be cleaning this up. I removed the rest of the slow deletion notices, thinking that all the work was likely yours. Whether it was actually yours or not, I don't really care, what I do care about is that nonstandard physics has someone who might possibly be available to discuss the work, otherwise, long-term, it's clutter and a vandalism magnet. --Abd (discusscontribs) 17:03, 27 September 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Fedosin did ultimately adopt some pages, currently found linked from Physics/Essays/Fedosin. Four pages were moved to Physics/Essays/Anonymous, as they may have some educational value and do no harm there. I think one page will be deleted, I requested speedy deletion for it, Physics/Essays/Anonymous/Dirac large numbers hypothesis. --Abd (discusscontribs) 21:06, 21 December 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]