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Scientia donum dei est, unde vendi non potest.
Knowledge is a gift of God; therefore it cannot be sold.
Medieval aphorism.
...trolls are the driving force of Wikipedia.
The worst trolls often spur the best editors
into creating a brilliant article
with watertight references
where without the trollish ecapades
we would only have a brief stub :)
Dbachmann, Talk:Greek Language, 1 June 2006

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SteveMcCluskey (talk · contribs · count)

I have a PhD in History of Science and a BS in Physics

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  The Original Barnstar
SteveMcCluskey, I present to you this barnstar in recognition of your excellent work on (among many other things) Celestial spheres.--ragesoss 18:48, 18 February 2007 (UTC)

  The Special Barnstar
Thought you should get one for your transformative edits to my favourite article. Thank you. :-) Serendipodous 20:42, 27 January 2008 (UTC)

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