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This article was put in the trash compactor on 25 April 2008. The result of the discussion was keep.

Delete?[edit source]

This article seems to explain something from the Star Wars Universe... it's not real world, it uses "real" sources and explains something (no ozone on the planet Af'El and the people on the planet somehow adapting to that) which isn't true in the real world. Also... this shouldn’t have a {{delete}} template... I feel it should be in the trash compactor where the deletion can be discussed. --Jedimca0(Do or Do Not, There is No Try) 06:39, 25 April 2008 (UTC)

Sorry about the "dwift deletion" tag, it was the only one I found when searching. Trash compactor indeed seems the right place. As for the topic at hand, I do see your point but what is so special about ozone that it warrants its own SW entry? The links to ozone could go to the regular wikipedia instead; SW ozone is virtually the same as real-world ozone from the description. Frabby 07:38, 25 April 2008 (UTC)
Um, why does the template still call for the creation of a Trash Compactor discussion page when I already created one? Frabby 07:45, 25 April 2008 (UTC)
SW ozone might be virtually the same as real-world ozone, but there is a story you won't find on the Wikipedia page... The story of a species that had to adapt to not having any ozone on their planet, which is in my mind worth having an article about ozone as long as we don't put every appearance of a planet with ozone in the appearances section. And that template might be acting weird, give it a few minutes to start working. --Jedimca0(Do or Do Not, There is No Try) 07:47, 25 April 2008 (UTC)
Plus, precedent has long been shown, as seen on Category:Elements, most of the Category:Gases, and Category:Metals. And, as it's been shown both here and on the TC page, it's mentioned in-universe as a canonical object, however mundane it may be. JorrelWiki-shrinkable.pngFraajic 19:07, 25 April 2008 (UTC)
  • Now where's Galactic Warming? And Vice Chancellor Al G'horr? DAWUSS 02:24, 27 April 2008 (UTC)
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