Why was this changed -- the reference to wikipedia is probably far more valuable that anything that will be written here. Are we simply keeping the door open for someone to write a line about Harry Kim? -- Dmsdbo 23:08, 4 May 2005 (UTC)

The rule on MA is don't use external links where we'll want Memory Alpha links. Regardless of how "valuable" the article will be in describing Gray's Anatomy, it is mentioned in Trek, and should have an article in that context. As you can see, I created one, and linked the Wikipedia article as an external link. -- Michael Warren | Talk 23:11, 4 May 2005 (UTC)

Accuracy Edit

Article read:

Comparative Alien Physiology is a medical textbook written by Leonard McCoy that is considered a major work in the field, and which has become required reading at Starfleet Medical Academy.

As there is no support for the everything after the word "McCoy", I've deleted it, and replaced with language that adheres more closely to the script. If another source but "Message in a Bottle" can be found to support the statement, please feel free to reintegrate. CzechOut | 16:59, 8 October 2007 (UTC)