User talk:Hengistmcstone

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Welcome aboard, Hengistmcstone! There are some tips on article formatting in the box on the left under "Help Write History" and here is a basic framework you can use when you create articles. Thank you for contributing! User:Lisa_Graves

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Notes to Hengist

Re Richard Tol

Hengist, I'm going to edit RT's page, & remove the "statistics" quote which is presented as if it's inaccurate - since weather is the statistics of climate (or at least that's my understanding.) Anna Haynes 17:29, 10 November 2011 (UTC)

Re Gina Rinehart

Hi Hengistmcstone -- a few things:

  • first, I have merged the material you posted on Gina to the existing Gina Rinehart article. It is common - including in media stories, for her name to be spelt Reinhart. However, the correct spelling is Rinehart, so I have created a redirect from the page you created to the existing page.
  • I have added most of the material into the existing page -- but the reference link doesn't have any mention of Plimer. I can't see any other reference to support that point so I haven't included any mention of Plimer on the article page. Is there another reference for that point?

Cheers --Bob Burton 20:59, 15 May 2011 (UTC)


Hi -- i just tweaked some of the formatting of the Alan Peacock page -- you can see what I did here cheers --Bob Burton 20:48, 29 May 2011 (UTC)


Hi, no worries , happy to help. If you ever need a ahnd with anything feel free to drop me a line

cheers --Bob Burton 11:20, 2 June 2011 (UTC)

use proper formating

Hi Hening;

SVP enter articles etc. in proper format...

Kind rgds --Antidotto 09:15, 17 October 2011 (UTC)

here is an example

You entered:

Usually one tries to hide the hyperlink, and provide a date/author ... e.g.:

It is an issue of making it a more formal and accurate sitation that obviates the need of having to click on the link to find the info.

--Antidotto 00:04, 19 October 2011 (UTC)

ok ill try

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