You've removed many incomplete explanation and incomplete transcript tags. In most cases, the explanation/transcript was still incomplete, and you didn't say why you removed the tag. Please stop doing this, or at least provide a reason. Danish (talk) 23:25, 19 March 2021 (UTC)
Look,they were complete,and I read explanations before I deleted tags.
887: Future Timeline 980: Money/Prices in tables
1140: Calendar of Meaningful dates
1799: Bad Map Projection: Time Zones
2412: 1/100,000th Scale World 2413: Pulsar Analogy 2414: Solar System Compression Artifacts 2417: 1/1,000th Scale World 2419: Hug Count 2422: Vaccine Ordering 2423: Project Orion 2426: Animal Songs 2428: Mars Landing Video 2429: Exposure Models 2432: Manage Your Preferences 2433: Mars Rovers 2434: Vaccine Guidance 2435: Geothmetic Meandian 2438: Siri 2439: Solar System Cartogram.were complete.
An example: #2412. One part of the incomplete tag was "Also Cueball's remark not mentioned yet." Cueball's "I got a Soyuz in my eye" still hasn't been explained. The rest of the incomplete tag wasn't addressed either; I don't know why you would think it complete. (Also, please remember to sign your posts.) Danish (talk) 01:54, 20 March 2021 (UTC)
When I deleted the tag the remark was not mentioned.1337-PI
- Exactly. Before the explanation is complete, the remark needs to be mentioned and explained. (also, you can quickly sign your posts by writing ~~~~) Danish (talk) 15:10, 20 March 2021 (UTC)
"Of course,how the early life created particle accelerators is unknown."
(Firstly, you might want to insert the space after the comma....) By the terms of the current explanation, everything's going too fast to cohere into heavier atoms (and I'd have to check that, but trusting that this is the best way of putting it). Thus the early life needs to build particle decelerators to artificially synthesise elements 5+ ;). ...not worth an article edit, or even an article Talk page ramble, but I thought you'd appreciate how my thoughts were already going, slightly before you made your contribution, given that we were considering the same sort of issue. Mostly coming from my appreciation of Strata (novel), and the (supposed!) background history of the book's universe of having various precursor races which worked to engineer the universe in a manner that the successor races could arise and thrive (temporarily, as they re-engineer) in... 18.104.22.168 01:55, 12 January 2023 (UTC)