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Please leave a message on my talk page if I can help with anything! -- Sulfur (Talk) 2012-09-14T14:19:07

Accusations[edit source]

In a recent talk page exchange, you attempted to state that a user consensus might not be valid because one of our admin/bureaucrats had previously taken issue with your actions on another wiki or board and might be siding against you as a punitive measure.

I want to re-iterate that, despite that user's participation in the discussion, I was the admin who closed the matter and also attempted to reiterate the findings of previous participants when you attempted to re-open the matter. the matter being discussed was completely and totally based on weighing the principles of the wiki with the information you presented. At no point have I ever known Sulfur to deviate from a fair and balanced assessment of situations and Sulfur's edits and discussions are calm, ordered and, with Sulfur's skill at logically following procedures of link structures, usually help to balance mine.

If your argument is so flawed you have to turn to personal commentary rather than acknowledging the points put to you, you're going to have a very difficult time participating in this wiki. -- Captain MKB 03:27, August 30, 2016 (UTC)

I acknowledged all the points put to me and made a rebuttal for each one (except for those in your last post). My comment about Sulfur was not meant to attack his character, but rather to get you to accept arbitration from someone who has not been involved in the discussion. I realized it would be impossible to convince you because you were too psychologically invested in your side of the debate, so arbitration was my only chance. In retrospect, my comment about Sulfur was going too far.
Since the comment can be taken as a insult, I will edit it out of my post. I will also post a rebuttal to your last post, for anyone who might be following the debate. --NetSpiker (talk) 04:47, August 30, 2016 (UTC)

Cloud creature[edit source]

Hi, I noticed that you un-reverted an edit to Debt of Honor regarding the di-kironium cloud creature -- at the point where the third edit is to be made, it is customary and proper to initiate a discussion regarding the situation rather than an edit war. another user has gone ahead and turned back your edit, re-adding annnd undoing your removing a link the the cloud creature.

I'm not sure if you are just being somewhat obtuse or are actually ignorant of the fact that the link SHOULD be in the article - the cloud creature was explicitly mentioned in the story (in fact i checked the story just now, several pages show numerous bodies in a hallway as a result of the cloud creature's visit.

The wiki operates best when users add and modify what is already rightfully in the article, rather than relying on wholesale deletion of entire links or bodies of text. If you wanted to clarify the cloud creature did not appear, it is more constructive to annotate the reference as a non-appearance (rather than being destructive and removing the link) -- Captain MKB 14:44, December 1, 2016 (UTC)

Edits to TOS episode/novelization characters[edit source]

Hi i noticed you've been removing valid links contained in the characters reference sections of TOS episodes/novelizations - stop doing this.

Also, if you are intent on creating a separate reference section to differentiate novelization characters from episode-appearing characters, please try to choose a less awkward way of forming the section title that using a parenthetical "characters (novelization)" - thats not really optimal.

So in brief, choosing better section names would be preferable, and removing links is absolutely wrong and you are to stop doing so -- captainmike Wiki-wordmark.png 13:00, October 17, 2017 (UTC)

I thought the unnamed character links were redundant, since every episode of every series has unnamed characters. And unlike the unnamed character links on Memory Alpha, these ones don't link to specific unnamed characters, making them effectively useless. --NetSpiker (talk) 03:37, October 18, 2017 (UTC)
Well, I do have a long-term plan for crafting the unnamed characters web into a more robust version, so "because Memory Alpha does it different" is not a reason to delete links I have added in good faith. They aren't redundant - and yes, every episode has unnamed characters. -- captainmike Wiki-wordmark.png 12:50, October 18, 2017 (UTC)
When I see something like unnamed 2260s USS Enterprise personnel (USS Enterprise personnel), is it okay if I remove the second link only? I think it would make the character lists look less cluttered. --NetSpiker (talk) 08:01, October 24, 2017 (UTC)

Leaving the unnamed characters aside for a moment, why would you remove links to named characters that were actually referenced in an episode from the respective episode page? Furthermore, when a character is not fully named in canon but did receive a full name in a licensed source and therefor has their MB page using their full name, it is still very much acceptible to use the canon name as a bare link (which in most cases will be a redirect to the full name anyway), or hide the direct link to the full name behind the canon name. But things like "[[Che'srik Tal|Che'srik Tal]]" are just stupid. Do better, please. - Bell'Orso (talk) 08:27, October 30, 2017 (UTC)

"Che'srik Tal|Che'srik Tal" is obviously a mistake and not something that I did deliberately. I know it's acceptable to use the canon name as a bare link but I think it looks better if the character's full name is shown on the page. Plenty of characters don't have canon names at all, so they have to be listed under their non-canon names.
As for removing links to characters references in an episode, exactly what are you referring to? --NetSpiker (talk) 09:16, October 30, 2017 (UTC)
I was referring to this: [1] - Bell'Orso (talk) 12:04, October 30, 2017 (UTC)
Billy Clanton, etc. are not characters, they're just aliases for Kirk and company. Maybe I should've moved them to Other references instead of removing them completely. --NetSpiker (talk) 01:44, October 31, 2017 (UTC)
They are characters. Fictional characters, even in the "Star Trek" universe, but characters nonetheless. Even if you don't count the Enterprise crew impersonating them as them actually appearing, they were still referenced in dialogue at least. Therefor they should not be moved to "Other References", but instead to the "Referenced Only" subsection of "Characters". - Bell'Orso (talk) 01:56, October 31, 2017 (UTC)

I wanted to thank you for being kind to me with your sources question. I'm still very, very aware I'm new and clueless as to the proper protocols on this wiki. You could have put me on blast just because I'm green, and you didn't; that was very decent of you. I appreciate it. --Cohobbitation (talk) 13:37, September 27, 2019 (UTC)

Warped parody stories[edit source]

His, just letting you know - the parody book which lists "fake" episodes doesn't seem to be a valid reason to create an article for each one. other parodies such as Star Trekkers have stayed bound to their central article (as meta topics that are not real narratives "in universe") and other multistory works (like the individual titled levels in Shattered Universe, for example) stay bound to their original article.

There doesn't seem to be much call for this and I intend to submit them for deletion discussions and suggest they be merged to the originating article about the parody book -- captainmike Wiki-wordmark.png 01:52, January 28, 2020 (UTC)

Warped is an officially licensed parody, so I've been treating the stories the same way the stories from the Strange New Worlds anthologies are treated, with a separate article for each story. The fact that the stories have a lot of humor in them doesn't make them any less valid. I can't find any article for this "Star Trekkers", you're referring to. Do you mean Starship Trekkers? Each Starship Trekkers story has its own page: Brief Encounter at Farpoint, Party at the Edge of Forever and A Sock Time. You also mentioned Shattered Universe in support of your argument, but I can provide a counter-example: Star Trek Online has a separate article for each mission.
I think it's important to note which characters, starships, races and locations appear in which story and if you put them up for deletion, I intend to oppose. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:15, January 28, 2020 (UTC)

The core of what I'm asking you to consider is that this is one book, and each story is actually "fake" - a shell of a story described for parody purposes. Each Star Trek Online mission has a much longer story which is much more on par with using the single episode page format. And yes, i made the same argument against Starship Trekkers and I'm glad to see those articles left off on their own with little attention from the rest of the wiki (as these parodies lack relevance to the actual narrative of Star Trek)... The Warped s8 references could be listed on the central page in a much more cohesive manner. By dividing them up into individual episode pages, there is a ton of redundant and pointless data being put forth in terms of repeating the same sidebar, similar lists of characters, etc., over and over again, joke references you are linking as real references and lots of empty subsections. it's pretty pointless and I'm asking for you to consider that. -- captainmike Wiki-wordmark.png 02:22, January 28, 2020 (UTC)

There is no actual difference between a "joke reference" and a real reference. It seems to me that you can't accept the Warped stories as real Star Trek just because of their humorous content. I believe that any licensed story deserves an article on Memory Beta, regardless of whether it's a drama or a comedy or whether it's long or short. I don't know what you're talking about when it comes to repeating the same sidebar and character lists. Each sidebar has a different title, a different stardate, and a different page range. Every story has a different list of characters, apart from the regulars. The only empty subsections are the summaries because I'm not good at writing summaries. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:43, January 28, 2020 (UTC)
Once again, you're missing the point - this is one book deserving of one article. Not 2 dozen articles. Stop splitting it into a season of fake episodes. it is not 2 dozen episodes, it is one book with a series of anecdotes that are not fleshed out episodes. -- captainmike Wiki-wordmark.png 03:23, January 28, 2020 (UTC)
I disagree completely. If the other examples I provided haven't convinced you, perhaps this one will: Star Trek: Phase II: The Lost Series is another book with detailed summaries of non-existent episodes but each one of those episodes has its own article or at least a red link.
I don't know why you've also started talking about this on the article's talk page. Isn't it better to keep the discussion in one place? --NetSpiker (talk) 05:00, January 28, 2020 (UTC)
The discussion belongs on the article talk page so other users will take part in my official merge suggestion. -- captainmike Wiki-wordmark.png 05:14, January 28, 2020 (UTC)

Thank you![edit source]

Thank you for writing up the Beta Quadrant Sourcebook references. Dealing with Star Trek Adventures books has been on my agenda for a while, but other things have kept coming up and pushing it back. Seeing all that added is fantastic. --TimPendragon (talk) 18:35, March 16, 2020 (UTC)

Am I confused about Pitcairn?[edit source]

Hey, NetSpiker, I saw your change to my addition to Pitcairn noting his first name and added a notation about it. But now I'm wondering if I misinterpreted the conversation on pages 59-60 in "The Enterprise War" that seemed to give Pitcairn the first name Nicola, after your mentioning that second character Vicente Nicola. Is Vicente referred to later on? I've only just started reading the book.--Meacott (talk) 16:29, June 24, 2020 (UTC)

I don't have the novel, so I don't know the page number, but a Google Books search returns one match for "Vicente Nicola". Pitcairn is called "Nils Pitcairn" in the novel. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:07, June 25, 2020 (UTC)
Hadn't thought of trying that. Thanks for doing the Google Books search!--Meacott (talk) 00:16, June 26, 2020 (UTC)

Archduk3 Has Banned me And Violated Memory Alpha Policy[edit source]

I am here because I cannot message people on Memory Alpha because apparently the ban includes basic communication. After the last message I posted on the talk page for Greek gods, I was unfairly banned by Archduk 3 for “intimidating bevahvior and harassment” and something about a “martyr complex”. This is ridiculous as I know what it is like to be harassed and would never try to participate in it. Also Memory Alpha policy on Bans and blocks says that they are used to prevent harmful edits, not as punishment and should be used as a last resort. I am being punished for something I said on a talk page. Please try to help. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 17:46, June 30, 2020 (UTC)

I'm not an admin, so I can't undo your block. When I was unfairly blocked by Archduk3, I downloaded the VPN Hide All IP and set it to change my IP address every 5 minutes. That's the only help I can offer. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:22, July 1, 2020 (UTC)

I have been infinitely banned by Archduk3[edit source]

What is going on? I made a few minor edits to a few pages recently and didn’t revert them after they were reverted. Why have I been infinitely banned for “abusing multiple accounts”?? What?! --Anonymous Anonymous 1234dnwnzozjnwjwi (talk) 21:37, July 3, 2020 (UTC)

Only your User:Anonymous Anonymous 1234dnwnzozjnwjwi account has been infinitely banned. Your User:Anonymous 1029384756 account has only been banned for a week and the ban will expire in two days. So relax. --NetSpiker (talk) 01:13, July 4, 2020 (UTC)

I feel like I am being subject to a witch hunt. I don’t understand. I even use a vpn and when I tried switching the ip again to one I didn’t use with that account I was able to make a few edits and then I was blocked with no reason provided. Is he just blocking every anonymous user now? Why is archduk on a mad witch hunt after me? He might soon end up blocking ips that aren’t me. This is a witch hunt. He will probably block my main account infinitely when he realizes he didn’t. --Anonymous Anonymous 1234dnwnzozjnwjwi (talk) 14:36, July 4, 2020 (UTC)

Maybe he recognized you by the type of edits you made. Did you try to remove the Non-corporeal category from some species article again? Or maybe you weren't logged off properly when you switched IPs. --NetSpiker (talk) 14:50, July 4, 2020 (UTC)

Yes but it was for Nagilum (I made this edit using account Anonymous Anonymous 1234dnwnzozjnwjwi) and I was actually removing an assumption that wasn’t in the article until recently. For some reason Gsuvalan and archduk3 think mysterious and powerful automatically equals non corporeal. That is not true. Something can be powerful and corporeal, and being non corporeal doesn’t give you magic powers! It was not in the article until very recently. I removed the assumption from the article and replaced the pronouns it and he with singular they which is more appropriate. As I said, this was not on the page at all until recently. It is an assumption. And what right does he or she have to assume the identity of a user based on one edit and infinitely ban him(me) because he had a different opinion? Will this ever stop. I feel like they deliberately oppose anything I propose. --Anonymous Anonymous 1234dnwnzozjnwjwi (talk) 16:43, July 4, 2020 (UTC)

I was banned again[edit source]

This is Anonymous 1029384756. Help me please I just got blocked again for calmly voicing an opinion. Again it was under the excuse of harassment because of what I said today in (edit: Sulfur’s) talk page. Please try to reach another admin or something because even they probably would find this ridiculous, him blocking me as soon as I open my mouth to speak. I know this because in your block log it says you were moved blocked by archduk3 for something similar only to be unblocked by sulfur saying that complaining about admins is not a blockable offense. I even then logged out after I was blocked again and said that is was sorry if anything I said came across as rude. He then proceeds to block that IP address. This is now downright ludicrous. Please find a way to fix this. It like he’s looking for a reason to block me in everything I say or do. He wants me to never be able to edit again at this rate. Try to cont sac t some of the other admins, ideally ones you think might listen. Please this has gone on long enough. I need a chance. --107.77.226.165 18:53, July 6, 2020 (UTC)

Don't worry so much about being blocked. I know it hurts to be blocked unfairly, but you have a VPN, so you can continue editing even while your main account is blocked. Just don't remove categories from any articles because they'll recognize who you are and block you again. In fact, just to be on the safe side, don't remove or change any existing information, at least for a while. Instead, focus on adding new information to Memory Alpha. Also, don't bother talking to the admins anymore. They have set their minds against you, so anything you say to them may be used as an excuse to block you.
You should also know when to give up regarding the Talk:Douwd and Talk:Greek god discussions. You won't always be able to convince people to agree with you, so Memory Alpha will always have some information that you regard as incorrect. Back in 2016, I tried to have the Bela Okmyx page on Memory Alpha renamed to Bela Oxmyx because that's how it was pronounced in the episode and spelled in almost every book. I pointed out that Memory Alpha policy was on my side, but no one agreed with me, so I gave up and the page is still called "Bela Okmyx" to this day.
In case you're interested about my history with Archduk3, you can find it here. --NetSpiker (talk) 03:33, July 7, 2020 (UTC)
P.S. Looking back on your last message at User talk:Sulfur, I think you implying that Archduk3 was immature may be the reason you were blocked again.

But again he will block any anonymous user that edits, including ones that aren’t even me. He is on a crazy witch hunt and he will not stop until I am banned from this wiki permanently. I have been branded as a vandal with an agenda and at this point he is literally blocking me the moment a block expires. When I asked him a bout this block he said that I am blocked because I think that he’s blocking my for silly reasons, which sounds silly itself. I don’t understand why the policy doesn’t mean anything to him except when he tries to use it against me by claiming I have a “martyr complex” and I am “trying to disrupt MA to prove a point”. He says I am a vandal with an agenda and that I want to be blocked because I want to be a martyr and that “the nails to the cross will continue exponentially”. How is this not harassment towards me at this point. I have been called far more names that I have called him. I’m fact I never called him names, I only ever called him a hypocrite once earlier and immature which he is. I will never be able to edit again unless he is removed from the wiki. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 01:46, July 8, 2020 (UTC)

Follow my advice. If you don't make the same type of edits you made before, Archduk3 won't recognize you and won't block you. I've taken a look at Memory Alpha's block list. Each time your IP addresses were blocked because you did something that made Archduk3 recognize you. You either posted on User talk:Sulfur to complain about being blocked or you removed the Non-corporeal category from the Greek god and Q (species) articles. Don't do that stuff anymore. Also, you can't get Archduk3 removed from the wiki. I've tried to get his admin privileges removed in the past, but it didn't work. Like I said before, admins can do whatever they want to anyone with no repercussions.
You should consider staying here on Memory Beta. Unlike Memory Alpha, Memory Beta is focused on all of Star Trek, not just the movies and TV shows. There's only one active admin here and not as many policies to learn. However, you should be aware that the Star Trek Encyclopedia is considered canon here and it describes the Douwd as energy beings and includes Nagilum on its list of noncorporeal life. The Greek gods are described as beings of energy in the novel Gods Above, which is also considered canon here. --NetSpiker (talk) 04:05, July 8, 2020 (UTC)

None of this is even remotely fair. After I was unblocked I said that I did not appreciate being blocked and that he became admin after a yesr of editing, while you have been editing for around 5 years and are also more mature than Archduk3 but haven’t become an admin. How am I allowed to get banned for saying that? He has said that I can’t read, that I’m a vandal, that I have a “martyr complex” with no consequences. What I am asking of you is to try to reach another admin and fix this. (Although the only admins that are active are archduk3(the perpetrator) gsuvalan(assistant perpetrator) sulfur(enabler) and 31dot(likely an enabler) so I don’t know but maybe this case is extreme enough that sulfur or 31dot might reverse it like they did with you. Also why are there only four admins? Did they take over the wiki and remove all admins who disagreeed? Anyways please at least try. Maybe get a larger amount of support to back me up. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 20:43, July 8, 2020 (UTC)

There's also ThomasHL, who is the nicest admin on Memory Alpha in my opinion. But I don't recommend contacting him, because that will get you blocked again by the others. I'll contact him myself.
In the meantime, calm down and follow my advice. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:27, July 9, 2020 (UTC)

I noticed you posted about it on his talk page but it seems like he hasn’t seen the message since he hasn’t replied. Will he reply? Is there some way that you can let him know that there is a new message on his talk page? --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 16:13, July 13, 2020 (UTC)

Tom hasn't been on Memory Alpha since the 8th of July. It looks like he decided to take a break just before I posted. There's nothing I can do except wait until he decides to come back. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:12, July 14, 2020 (UTC)

Then they should get the Odo treatment. Why can’t the admins even have sensible conversations like this without their rage showing through? But I will disagree with you about the thought thing. Our energy and pure thought are contradictory and he said energy first. Pure thought is Spock speaking poetically. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 17:39, July 27, 2020 (UTC)

I was banned AGAIN[edit source]

I literally just got banned again by Archduk3 for the most nonsensical reason. This time he literally recycled the same exact excuse used last time. I don’t even know whyThe I was banned this time. The last edit I made was this (the link shows my edit being undone)

https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Organian?diff=2536434&oldid=2536431

All I did was change the wording and seperated the energy being sentence form the immortal or long lives sentence as there is no direct connection between being made of energy and being long lived and replaced thought with energy as they were stated to be made of pure energy, and there is no such thing as pure thought. Why am I being banned after I made such a minor edit? I feel like Archduk3 is the enemy of logic itself. This must be fixed as it is clear he is deliberately looking for reasons to ban me. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 16:34, July 24, 2020 (UTC)

Unfortunately, there's nothing more I can do to help you. I've posted some advice on your Memory Alpha talk page. If you choose to follow it, then hopefully you won't get blocked again. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:53, July 25, 2020 (UTC)

Im not transgender and I don’t have a transgender agenda. Humans have two sexes, however aliens might have a different pair of genders or three genders or no genders... etc. The Organians were taking on humanoid disguises and I hadn’t recalled any mention of it. Later he clarified that one of them was referred to as he, so I pointed out that the other two were not. I believe the two who weren’t should be left without gendered pronouns and the one who was should get the Odo treatment, not male, but male pronouns are used and uses male appearance as humanoid. The last edit I made was where I separated the energy being sen the new from the sentence about abilities. What does ring an energy being have anything to do with it’s powers? Non corporeal beings don’t automatically have magic powers, and beings with magic powers are not automatically non corporeal. I should have just removed the as a being of sentence as it was totally irrelevant to their abilities. Tali’s I replaced thought with energy as they were stated to be made of energy. Gsuvalan seems to firmly believe that Star Trek isn’t Science Fiction and he said angrily on my talk page that it’s fantasy and ewe should take metaphors literally. I’m sorry but that’s common sense. They are energy beings not thought beings. Since when can a user be banned when they haven’t broken any rules? I only made edits once and didn’t go around reverting and rereverting. The memory aloha policy says that bans are supposed to be a last resort if all attempts to contact the user have failed. They don’t con act em they ban me and then go all “We hate you you stupid evil martyr complex aenda vandal agenda marry thing you make me sick I want to throw up we will ban you again and again. Archduk3 literally talks like a cartoon villain. But they always claim my “agenda” is behind something, no matter what edit I’m trying to make. At this poker no matter how many times I SUA that I don’t know what they are talking about and that I have no agenda, they continue to insist that they are right. They are now like Gul Madred insisting that there are five lights. There. Are. Four. Lights! The admin you tried to contact is likely dead at this point. I don’t know what to do if literally anything can get me banned. Also, each bam is longer than the previous. Why do I get punished for a month just because I’ve already been banned? Does that mean I could not get banned again for five years and then suddenly they ban me for something minor and it’s a year long or infinite ban? Also why did they ban me from editing my own talk page? I thought the wikis policy was to let banned users communicate using their own talk page. That seems unnecessarily cruel. This goes so far against policy it is absurd. Bans are supposed to be a last resort and not a first resort. Did they basically forget that rule? Please HELP. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 16:26, July 26, 2020 (UTC)

Spock described the Organians as "pure energy, pure thought, totally incorporeal" in the episode. So it's absolutely correct for the article to say they are "pure thought". You tried to remove the word "thought" twice: once on the 22nd and then again on the 24th after you had been reverted. That can be interpreted as edit warring. As for their gender, you're overcomplicating things. If an alien assumes the form of a humanoid male, they should be referred to with male pronouns, pure and simple.
I'm not saying I agree with you being banned, but I understand why the admins are annoyed with you. You keep making the same types of edits, changing the wording of articles to make them in line with your personal theories about gender, pronouns and pure thought instead of following what was said in the episodes.
Gvsualan never said that Star Trek is not science fiction. When he said that Star Trek is fantasy, he meant fantasy as in the opposite of reality, not fantasy as in swords and sorcery.
You were banned from editing your own talk page because you changed the title of the discussion which sulfur had written. Don't rewrite something that another user has written on a talk page, even if it's just a title. The only exception is if you're fixing a broken link. --NetSpiker (talk) 01:03, July 27, 2020 (UTC)

Then the Organians should get the odo treatment. Ged er unknown (male humanoid projection) and use The pronoun he but the gender is still unconfirmed. Why can’t the admins have a civil discussion like this? Also did they forget that according to Memory Alpha policy bans should be a last resort if all attempts to contact the user have failed? They haven’t tried to contact me, they only message me after they ban me to angrily rant about why I was banned and how much they hate me. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 17:43, July 27, 2020 (UTC)

Yeah, the Memory Alpha admins are sometimes a bit too quick to ban someone. 31dot once permanently banned two different users [2] [3] just because he thought their writing styles were similar to a previously-banned user named Jared Paul Baratta. --NetSpiker (talk) 08:53, July 28, 2020 (UTC)

But also Memory Alpha ppolicy specifically states that bans are to be used as a last resort to prevent harmful edit if all attempts to constancy the user have failed. What happened to trying to talk to the user first? That is required by Menory Alpha Policy which has been broken. I would like to if you brought that up. “ Under specific circumstances, the administrators may choose to implement a block to ban a user from further contributing to the community. This measure should only be taken as a last resort after all other attempts to contact the user and discuss the matter have failed.” There it is. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 19:13, July 28, 2020 (UTC)

Me bringing that up isn't going to help because you've already mentioned it twice on Sulfur's talk page and it didn't help you then. --NetSpiker (talk) 07:19, July 29, 2020 (UTC)

Well is there anything you can do to help? I’m kind of doomed right now. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 18:29, July 31, 2020 (UTC)

I've given you a lot of help in the form of advice and constructive criticism. I'll summarize it here:
  • Don't type in all caps.
  • Don't call people names, not even "hypocrite" or "immature". Yes, I know the admins were just as rude to you. Be better than them.
  • If an admin has reverted your edit, don't make the same edit or similar type of edit to the same page again.
  • Add new information to Memory Alpha instead of changing existing information, just to be on the safe side.
  • If you have to change existing information, make sure you have solid evidence to back it up, not just your theories or common sense.
  • Check episode transcripts and the Star Trek Encyclopedia to see what pronouns are appropriate for a character before making any changes. The 3rd edition of the Star Trek Encyclopedia can be searched online using Google Books.
  • If a discussion is not going your way, know when to give up.
  • Don't leave messages on an admin's talk page because they don't like you, so anything you say to them will just make them angrier. If you make a lot of good contributions to Memory Alpha, hopefully they'll stop hating you and you'll be able to talk to them again, eventually.
If you choose to follow this advice after your block expires, then you probably won't get blocked again. If you ignore it, then yes, you are doomed to be blocked again, for an even longer period of time. There's nothing more I can do to help you. --NetSpiker (talk) 02:53, August 1, 2020 (UTC)

I was Blocked again and they still increase the Blocks[edit source]

Help me. I literally posted on my own talk page begging for mercy because I was blocked for three months for an extremely minor edit I made once. I said . “They have the ability to assume both corporeal and non corporeal forms” on the article for the Q species. I didn’t get rid of any of the descriptors I just rearranged them anf added that they can be corporeal as well as shown by Sisko punching Q. I didn’t get rid of any of the omnipotent nonsense since I knew that would anger them. I just added the sentence I described. This is now firmly in the realm of being banned over superstition and Personal grudges! Also every time I get banned they always extend the ban so I can’t even post ON MY OWN TALK PAGE and it hasn’t happened this time but trust me it will. I need help and o need it badly before I am banned forever. 37.120.150.2 16:46, 26 October 2020 (UTC)

You ignored my advice, specifically:
  • If an admin has reverted your edit, don't make the same edit or similar type of edit to the same page again. (You had made the "assume both corporeal and non-corporeal forms" edit back in August, it was reverted, but now you did it again)
  • If a discussion is not going your way, know when to give up.
Stay here on Memory Beta. The admins here are a lot nicer and there are fewer rules to follow. It's clear that Memory Alpha has become a very toxic environment for you and you won't be allowed to make the changes you want to make. --NetSpiker (talk) 00:33, 27 October 2020 (UTC)

How am I supposed to remember something I did in Uagust once? Also why did they dislike the edit? Can you please at least try to at least start over with the ban lengths since it was a minor offense anyway. Increasing every ban just shows they have a grudge and won’t let me start over. Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 15:31, 4 November 2020 (UTC)

Trill lifespan[edit source]

Given that the Tal symbionts had only five hosts in 800ish years, the first host is wearing a Picard era uniform, that means that Trill live longer than humans. This isn’t that surprising, as Curzon at over 100 did not look 100. I think it’s safe to say their aging is normal until old age and then slows down, as seen with not only Curzon but with Tal’s hosts. I’d like you to at least converse with people on Memory alpha about adding this to the trill article on memory ALPHA. Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 13:57, 6 November 2020 (UTC)

It's speculation to say that Trill live longer than humans because we don't know how long humans can live in the future. McCoy was still alive and active in the 24th century at the age of 137. Going further into the future, it's likely that both human and Trill lifespans would increase due to advances in medical technology, so it's no surprise that Tal only had five hosts. Or the Tal symbiont could've spent a century or two swimming around in the Caves of Mak'ala between hosts. We just don't know. --NetSpiker (talk) 14:22, 6 November 2020 (UTC)

Discovery Season 3 Background Aliens[edit source]

I've noticed many of the background aliens form the first few episodes of Discovery season 3 have not been catalouged. Can you please get everyone at memory ALPHA to put some effort into searching for all the new species. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 01:07, 9 November 2020 (UTC)

People on Memory Alpha make the contributions they want to make. I don't feel comfortable telling them what to do. If I did, they'd probably ask me why I don't do it myself. And the answer would be that I have no interest in unnamed characters played by unknown actors and I haven't seen Discovery season 3 yet. --NetSpiker (talk) 01:30, 9 November 2020 (UTC)

Well right now i can't make any edits so please just suggest it to someone. Not demand, just suggest. --Anonymous 1029384756 (talk) 14:08, 9 November 2020 (UTC)

Okay, can you tell me where these new aliens are located (what planet, ship, station), so the MA editors will know where to look for them and which list article to add them to? --NetSpiker (talk) 14:27, 9 November 2020 (UTC)

They are on the planet Hima. There is no article for “Hima inhabitants” and no catalouge pages for the 32nd century. —37.120.147.10 16:37, 10 November 2020 (UTC)

Here it is. Hopefully, someone will create the article soon. --NetSpiker (talk) 22:26, 10 November 2020 (UTC)
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