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I reorganized this page a bit, and realized there were two paragraphs talking about the major subdivisions of the field. Of course, they are completely different. Are both accurate characterizations? If they are both reasonable but lie along different dimensions, it would be nice if they text explained that.

Thanks. My work can always use editing (and spell checking). I didn't intend to present alternate characterizations of the field, and would never have read what I wrote that way although now that it's been pointed out ... Let me think some on it.

Is it Champman or Chapman? If its Chapman, the link is now broken. Overall looks pretty good.

It's Chapman, and fixing that is on my to do list after getting all the articles in the timeline finished. It'd be higher on the list except that I don't have a clue how to fix it.

Hey I did that for you; I hope you don't mind. All you have to do is go to the misspelled article change the text of it to ''#REDIRECT [[the name of the article you want it to be]]'' and then edit the article you're redirected to and paste in what you cut from the other. Then you do a search for the article name it was and change the references to the new one. Oh and don't forget subpages, which I just did and now have to go back and look for. --Koyaanis Qatsi