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So what if it's not accountable? Science is most decidedly not a democracy. --John 00:06, 16 March 2007 (EDT)

Change Suggestion

I suggest we remove the following statement from the article: "Recently there have been efforts to restore Pluto's status as a planet.[3]" The reference is merely a link to a petition on a site with 51 signatures. Using that logic anyone could create a petition on any subject(X), link to it and claim "Recently there have been efforts to X." Opinions? Fnarrow 15:18, 3 April 2013 (EDT)

As there appear to be no objections, I'm going to go ahead and make the changes I mentioned for the reason listed above. Fnarrow 22:44, 4 April 2013 (EDT)

Problems for evolutionary theory

I am changing the heading for this section, as evolution has absolutely nothing to do with astrophysics. Evolution is a theory in the field of biology. If you have a problem, speak up, as I cannot see why this needs to be included if it makes no sense. Jparenti 12:39, 26 June 2008 (EDT)

I have changed this section again, under the new heading that was created yesterday by another user. I believe it more accurately reflects the reference already cited in the section. I disposed of the part that discusses the capture theory, as it is no longer a viable option for Pluto's origin and no one really thinks that's how it happened anymore anyway. Jparenti 11:15, 27 June 2008 (EDT)