|Hadean Outline||alternate Hadean description updated with latest astronomical theories|
|Templates||my main hacking area|
|Timescale_color_templates||my current special hacking areas|
Rursus Siderespector am Tomas Sören Kindahl, Sternahwerfilaʀ (ᛊᛏᛖᚱᚿᚨᚺᚹᛖᚱᚠᛁᛚᚨᛉ), a crazed comptecher/programmer who peek into Life (palaeos/tolweb/mikko's phylogeny), Universe (wikipedia/nasa.gov/esa.int) and Everything (the rest). The answer is not 42. I will discuss the answer on email if you wish, but otherwise I refer to Wikipedia "Life", for a proper discussion ground about the Meaning of Life Problem.
- 1. Implement the timescale color templates, and applied them to the geological timescale templates. Ready. rursus 11:59, 10 November 2006 (PST)
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(the Evil Conspiracy of
Christian Tyrannosauruses rexes
from long before 6000 BC)
Giv'em to me, and I'll bang the Bible into their heads, since they've not read it enough, obviously. Evolution are the HOLY programmer fingers of GOD - by denying evolution they deny the fingers of GOD!!
About those "christian" truth violators, read a very short opinion here!
Why I'm here
My jump into palaeos.org is motivated by thinking:
- palaeos.com is hard to handle by a few maintainers, a whole community is needed,
- wikipedia should remain an ordinary encyclopedia, readable for everyone, palaeos.org should be a similar but (extremely) detailed scientific source suitable for precollecting information like palaeos.com of ole times. Information shall gush!!
Netizens are amoeboid electrozoa slippering around the globe
I exist as other incarnations, at other XYZ-coordinates too:
- tomas.kindahl AT comhem.se
- web.comhem.se/~u75503063, in Swedish only (sob)!
- rursus.se - nothing of importance here yet!
- Wikipedia User Rursus - here I'm making laborations about how to design templates to fit the Palaeos.org needs.
My near time plan of what to do here involves:
- writing some articles on the Hadean - the borderland between geology and solar system astronomy,
- hacking templates to make Palaeos.org easy to edit and maintain:
- color codings for time intervals,
- taxonomic hierarchy templates to make it easy to draw a taxon tree,
- since I'm a computer nërd in ordinary life, I like numbers - therefore I'll participate in maintaining the time intervals to be up-to-date and consistent.
- port as much information as possible from palaeos.com to palaeos.org, and niceify the contents (not that there's anything wrong with palaeos.com - it's just not wiki-adapted),
- maybe try attract some more helpers to this project...