User:Count Iblis

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I am Count Iblis. My mission on this planet is to enlighten the primitive creatures living on this planet (a.k.a. humans) with my infinite knowledge. Unfortunately, I'm only allowed to give vague hints; at most I can communicate information that a very clever human could theoretically have come up with. I also post on my blog. The last post is already 2 years old, it is difficult for me to post more without violating the restriction I'm under.

Since figuring out vitamin D's real function seems to be too difficult for humans, I've given a few hints here. This is important, because you can then understand that the maximum dose you can get from the Sun, roughly 10,000 IU/day, is the dose you should get. This is a normal dose, not a "mega-dose". Even if you get 5,000 IU/day, you are still way below the dose at which your body functions optimally.

Count Iblis rejects most of Wikipedia's policies and guidelines. He just edits per WP:IAR in any way he sees fit to improve Wikipedia. Whether such edits violate Wikipedia's policies is neither here nor there.

Count Iblis sticks to the guidelines in the essay: Editing scientific articles as if it were official policy.

Count Iblis does not recognize the validity of ArbCom rulings as doing so would violate WP:IAR. He calls on all restricted editors to violate their restrictions and on all Admins to unblock editors who are blocked on Arbitration Enforcement grounds.

This user is a physicist.
This user has published peer-reviewed articles in academic journals.
This user is visiting from an alternate universe.

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