Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:47 am.
I created a main index page here: Site:LRP:Main Page, which replicates what is on your Congress profile page. Make sure that each of your pages, at the bottom, under "See also" links back to the main index of your pages. I would recommend creating a page: Template:LRP footer, which you can call/evoke from the bottom of each of your pages through the code:
There was an error working with the wiki: Code. You define the footer once, and it pulls up the same way wherever it is called. Then you only have one page to edit, if you need to, and it is changed wherever it is called.
I would recommend that you cut and paste the following code into your Template:LRP footer page:
- Congress:Member:Leslie R. Pastor - profile page
-- SilverThunder 12:01, 24 Dec 2006 (EST)
its always best to post it like this:
Historical Documentary on Cold Fusion -- Video (The War on Cold Fusion)
so that people get the full googlevideo-url.
--esaruoho 9:44am, 03 jan 2007 (gmt+2)
Hello dear editor Leslie R. Pastor! I enjoyed to read your articles editions, i.e the "Site:LRP:Electrodynamics" and the references you make to Paul of Tarsus ("PROVE ALL THINGS" are his words too).
At the "Site:LRP:Cold Fusion" you wrote: Cold Fusion is the most controversial, and fantastic discovery ever made by two of the brightest electrochemists to have graced our planet, whose extraordinary claims are nothing short of a page right out of Jules Verne". And I would add in my mind "or out of Edward Bulwer-Lytton's 'Vril: The Power of the Coming Race'."! :)
Regarding this issue, may this passage be of some assistance to us:
:"In truth, THE HUMAN MIND IS INCAPABLE OF IMAGINING ANYTHING THAT CANNOT BE ACHIEVED. That seems an extravagant statement, but it is not justifiable in view of what has been done? And reverting to our main line of argument, something akin to the VRIL of Bulwer must be discovered before man can take the next great step in advancement. True, great and marvelous discoveries lie ahead of us in the further exploitation of the forces we already possess, but the next GREAT STEP depends upon the discovery of and the preparation for the use of the coming force. Attempts at making the steam engine were made many centuries ago by the ancients before we succeeded in the latter days. Electricity was known in a very small way also by them, but it took a long time to ripen these ideas sufficiently to make them directly available for use similarly, while we go ahead and exploit these forces we know we must also prepare for the coming force and if we can find it we may be able to find the means of using it the quicker. Let us look a little closer at Bulwer Lytton's Vril, it may be that beneath the fantastic garb a valuable clue is hidden." 1908 [http://sacred-texts.com/atl/vril/index.htm, 1871
Regarding your Conclusion words:
:"The answer surprisingly is very simple, and yet ultimately VERY profound. ‘We are created ‘Beings,’ who possess the ability to ‘structure’ matter and thus can ‘alter’ the very ‘reality’ which governs us. (...) It is my belief that there is a significant subtle ‘warfare’ in-place and targeted against all those who sustain a ‘Christian-Based Worldview.’ It also incorporates ALL those who subscribe to a ‘Creationist’ Worldview, and all ‘Theologies’ that subscribe to similar belief structures. The Battle ultimately is between the ‘Creator’ and the ‘Controller.’ We have been but mere actors on a stage, playing our marionette parts without question.
:The Answer lies within, and is closer than you think, for we have the ability to change all of this, for all that is necessary is to apply the same principles that were articulated by the ‘Creator’ in the Beginning of the Creation. Sole Fide!"
May then this Passage be of Comfort to us and of Strength, that we may continue our constructive efforts:
In friendship, --Utad3 15:43, 14 Jan 2007 (EST)
Please refrain from using all caps in the page titles. Just use initial caps. It's the convention we follow here at PESWiki.
-- SilverThunder 21:00, 18 August 2010 (PDT) (Sterling)
I went ahead and "moved" the pages I could find that were in all caps, changing them to initial caps. The previous links will forward to the new location, along with page editing history and page view counting.
I recommend that you take the all-caps out of your table of contents and that you rename the links, though the latter isn't necessary due to the forwarding function.
-- SilverThunder 21:18, 18 August 2010 (PDT)
In building a new page: Directory:Vacuum and seeing what is available already, I saw that you had two nearly identical pages with a slightly different name, and realized that perhaps you don't know about a very simple function.
When you rename a page (use the "move" tab at the top), a redirect code is installed so that anyone going to the former location will automatically be redirected to the new location. This only works to one level. If you go two levels, then the redirect ends up on a redirect page, so you'll need to change the original page to point to the final destination.
Anyway, I replaced the content at Site:LRP:Victor I. Klimov - Energy From The Vacuum - Verification with a redirect to Site:LRP:Victor I. Klimov - "Energy From The Vacuum" - Verification
The code is very simple:
There was an error working with the wiki: Code
You just put that in the page content, and the redirect is set up.
-- SilverThunder 07:58, 7 June 2011 (PDT)