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Greetings Mr. Ashcraft. I had made some comments in the talk pages of Homo erectus and Charles Babbage as a start on this wiki. I would like to clear some things. If any other creationist site gives contradictory information to what in is given here am I allowed to point it out in talk pages? For my edits in Charles Babbage talk page I quoted text from two other websites. I put them in blockquote same way as you put text from Talk Origins archive in your response to and index to creationst claims. I think it is allowed under fair use and you can correct me if I am wrong. --EvilFlyingMonkey 11:39, 9 October 2011 (PDT)
- Yes - you should point that out. Also your use of quotes to clarify your assertion is perfectly acceptable. --Ashcraft - (talk) 06:32, 10 October 2011 (PDT)
Are we allowed to comment on pages that are projects of students? I mean those with do not edit this page template on top of them? There was a factual error in the page about Niels Bohr. It said he died a Lutheran but he was an atheist. I posted it on talk page but no one has corrected it yet. Are non creationists to correct such errors themself? It has nothing in connection with evolution or creationism. --EvilFlyingMonkey 10:05, 1 May 2012 (PDT)
- Yes you may comment on any page in the Creation Wiki.
- No - you are not permitted to make such edits. Noncreationists are only permitted to correct typos and obvious grammatical errors. Comments (with citations) such as those you have made on the article in question are excellent methods of seeing the subject corrected. --Ashcraft - (talk) 06:50, 2 May 2012 (PDT)