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This page appears to be not much more than a rant in support of Dr Kellermann with a bunch of mumbo jumbo about how the misspelling of his name is to distract people from finding articles in support of his work.

Keeping this page would set a precedent which would encourage the development of slighty-off spelled pages with various political agendas.

Aecarol 03:54, 5 Aug 2004 (UTC)

Well, one man's analysis of the branching off and speciation of a mutated meme in the virtual environment of internet search engines as a model in information theory of the process of genetic mutation, reproductive isolation, and speciation is another man's rant full of mumbo jumbo, as my Daddy always said. Gzuckier 15:28, 6 Aug 2004 (UTC)

On social engineering the article has merit. On Dr Kellermann, it's not encycolpedic


I would support it staying in the context of examples of the art of social manipulation. That is, covering the concept of mispellings to trap people into searches they want you to find. That's actually pretty interesting. If we keep this article specific to Dr Kellermann, we are opening the door to other POV articles which will round-about attack/defend whom ever using the same justification. The encyclopedia should not host rebuttals to off site attacks, which this article in effect is.

Aecarol 04:11, 7 Aug 2004 (UTC)

So we'll just make it a redirect page, and we'll all whistle and go fishing in heaven. Gzuckier 15:10, 9 Aug 2004 (UTC)