User:Christopher Thomas

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I am an academic who dabbles in coding, electronics, and bizzare design challenges.

Hobbies include reading fiction and non-fiction, contemplating engineering and physics problems, karate, and pencil-and-paper role-playing games.

I am currently a PhD student at York University, Toronto, Canada.

I intermittently contribute to several open-source projects on SourceForge.

My contributions to Wikipedia primarily involve physics, though my editing habits have been broader in the past.

Editing To-Do List

I follow Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Physics, and help with editing problematic articles on an occasional basis. Articles on my to-do list are shown below:

  • Nothing on the list at present, as I'm on sabbatical.

If you want me to look at a specific article, please add a comment to my talk page. Most physics-related articles should be posted to WT:PHYS instead, however.

Selected noteworthy edits

  • Negative energy, May 2005, November 2005. Replaced gibberish with a disambiguation page (diff). I'd originally redirected to exotic matter; I changed this to a disambiguation page after a sufficiently strong case was made for doing so.

Selected image contributions

Useful links


Wikipedia policy pages

Essays and scratchwork

Draft essays

At some point I may try to turn some of these into proper wiki-essays. Please don't modify the user-space versions.

Miscellaneous scratchwork

These are mostly for my own reference.

See also

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