Would the Wikipedia page about LK-99 be longer than 80,000 bytes at end of September?
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The Wikipedia page is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LK-99, revision history at https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=LK-99&action=history

From August 19th, it has been consistenly above 80k bytes, until a user named AncientWalrus deleted 2k bytes on September 8th, bringing it down to 78,940 bytes, with a reason of:

Remove author/contribution/acknowledgement matrix as it is Original Research and not very essential for a discussion of the subject of this article, the compound LK-99

Would the Wikipedia page about LK-99 be longer than 80,000 bytes at end of September? The length at November 1st, 12:00am, UTC time, will be used.

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Why not use the length at a random time on November 1st in order to reduce ability to rig the result?

An edit by Pyraminxsolver added 404 bytes to the article, it's now 79,344 bytes.

However, IMO the edit doesn't look like it fits Wikipedia's guidelines.

The added content: An upcoming paper by one of the original researchers claims that it will be the complete version and that it would verify LK-99's alleged superconductivity.

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