Arzt's map

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=Arzt's Map
=Nikki & Paulo
{{I=3x14ArztMap.jpg=200=left=Nikki and Paulo follow Arzt's luggage trajectory map.}}
In {{ep}}, Nikki asked Arzt if he knew enough about trajectories to figure out where Paulo's luggage might have landed. Arzt drew her a map which led her and Paulo to the Pearl exterior, where they found the drug smugglers' plane and Pearl The ? (Pearl exterior). The luggage was later discovered to have fallen in the same pool with a waterfall as the Halliburton case.


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Hey, please don't sign when you edit a ''main article''. This should be done only on Talk or User Talk pages. Also, if you wish to discuss a matter, please use the talk pages instead of the encyclopaedic entry. Cheers, --{{UserNickb123/sig}} 0612, 29 March 2007 (PDT)

== comments on the edits to the others article ==

The problem I had with your edits is that they too short and too disconnected. Your "murders" section was a bunch of disconnected sentances. You also duplicated information already in the article in a couple different places through your edits. I tried to put all he information you had in your edits back into the article. There were some exceptions. The sawyer thing about the pacemaker doesn't fit well into the current article. Karl fits into sections dealing with how he Others community works, but I can only put Sawyer in by expanding a section I don't really want to expand.

The broken neck thing you inserted into three places seemed like a theory to me. Scott didn't just have a broken neck. He had bones broken all over his body. Unless there is factual information, articles should not be used to advance theories. 

In certain places, I tried to keep the explainations simple. The problem with adding certain details is that invite other details to be added and sections start getting bigger. UserDharmatel4 0938, 20 April 2007 (PDT)

==The Others talk page==
I would recommend moving your recent post to the bottom of the page. New posts generally go to the bottom and more people will read it if it's at the bottom. --{{UserMr. Crabby/sig}} 0912, 21 April 2007 (PDT)