In light of the latest Wikipedia scandal concerning EssJay (Ryan Jordan) who claimed to be a Professor of Theology with two PhDs (since proven to be a ridiculous lie), it is amusing to note that Sanjay Kishore Dadlani, aka “Ekantik“, decided to correct his blatant lie and bogus credentials stating that he possessed a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Networking.
On February 22nd 2007 (17 days ago) Sanjay changed the wording on his user-page from saying:
I am an undergraduate psychology student and I eventually aim to contribute information to science-oriented articles.
I earned a BSc. Computer Networking and now taking an BSc. Psychology, eventually aiming to contribute information to science-oriented articles. (Reference)
Sanjay wanted to convince and deceive others so strongly that he possessed a BSc in Computer Networking that on February 23rd 2007 he added a user-box making that exact same claim (Reference).
Shortly after the Wikipedia scandal broke regarding Essjay, Sanjay decided to do some damage control and corrected his fraudulent claim that he possessed a BSc in Computer Networking. On March 6th 2007, Sanjay edited his userpage and changed the “earned” statement back to “studying” (Reference). On March 9th 2007, User:Ekantik (aka Sanjay Dadlani) changed his userbox stating he had a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Networking to claiming he is simply attending a University (Reference).
The reasons why I seriously doubt that Sanjay knows how to write/program in any of the computer languages listed above are because:
- Sanjay / Ekantik had difficulty in learning and using basic HTML tags on the QuickTopic forum.
- Sanjay / Ekantik made very amusing editing errors generated on his blog because of his unfamiliarity with it.
- Sanjay / Ekantik made erroneous comments about .htaccess and robots.txt files on the SSB2 Yahoo Group, which someone with fundamental knowledge about computers would not make.
- Sanjay / Ekantik whined and hissed about the public exposure of his killuminati blog, which he claimed was a “private” blog (despite the fact that it was public domain and even had several Google caches on the internet). Obviously, Sanjay did not know how to make his blog private (which is done by editing the HTML with one meta-tag).
- Sanjay / Ekantik apparently unaware and unfamiliar with how affiliate logs work, linked his GaudiyaDiscussions.com affiliate ID to his deviant and private StreetBitches Blog. Of course, anyone with a remedial understanding of hot-linking knows that such an action would divulge the website URL to the webmaster. Sanjay didn’t know this.
- Sanjay / Ekantik apparently unaware and unfamiliar with how IPs and IP tracking work, left a long list of his IP activity on my website, directly linking him to his secret and private StreetBitches Blog. I was able to identify him as the owner to this blog and now Sanjay uses anonymous proxy servers to view my website (even though I can still track activity to proxy-server websites).
Anyone who knows how to program or write in the computer languages listed above would not display such formidable ignorance about computers, as Sanjay has done. Of course, Sanjay Dadlani (aka “ekantik” aka “gaurasundara”) has a long and established history of telling pathological lies.
I hope the new proposition for credential verification will further expose Sanjay/Ekantik as a liar and a deceiver on Wikipedia.