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This article reads like an essay, not encyclopedic at all. What should be done with it? --Kukuman 08:54, 18 Apr 2005 (UTC)
- First cut it back somewhat, to see what a concise version would look like. Charles Matthews 09:58, 18 Apr 2005 (UTC)
- It's an analysis of the book. What is wrong with that, Kukuman?
- General analyses of subjects are not encyclopedic, and therefore are not wikipedian; summary of general analyses by specific individuals are more the name of the game. "It's easy to see why" is a completely POV statement, for instance. --Chr.K. 02:57, 20 September 2006 (UTC)
So I'm watching the star trek special on the history channel, and they usually put little facts in before a comercial break. One fact was that Lo! was the first mentioning of the word "teleportation" is there any way to site or confirm this?
Read the biography of Charles Fort by science-fiction author and Hugo Award winner Damon Knight. Eric Frank Russell also mentions this. Fort is well-known in science fiction circles as the coiner of the word teleportation.SageMab (talk) 00:02, 23 November 2007 (UTC)SageMab
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Does Lo! come from "lo' and behold!"?
According to Wikipedia Princess Caraboo was understood to be a scam well before Fort's time. Therefore it seems odd for the article to cite the character. If Fort argued in the book Caraboo was not a scam then that should be put into context.--184.108.40.206 (talk) 06:34, 11 October 2011 (UTC)