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Welcome to the wiki, Jettes.
I am rolling back most of your edits on the article, Cylon agent speculation for these important points.
Please remember that, for this article to work, the criteria to reduce the likelihood of speculation is generally accepted unless there is a very significant reason against the use of that criteria for a specific character. If such a qualifier is found, the talk page should be used to gain consensus or clarification before making major edits.
Since a human can NOT return from the dead, it is a permanent disqualifier unless viewers see the character again in a later episode that is not in a "flashback" scene. Ellen Tigh is dead: See her talk page for this information. Same is true for many other human characters. In theory, yes, everyone could be a Cylon, but everyone can not be in reality. Age is a a disqualifier provided that there is another character that substantiates their age. For that reason, Col. Tigh and Adama back each other up with their roles in the Cylon War, and flashbacks also do this. Cavil, as you noted, does not, but is not relevant for this discussion.
I'll attempt to reintroduce any other edits that did not remove the established information that has gained sufficient consensus to stay, or you can do so later as well. It would be a good idea to read the article's talk page for any questions you may have; it's likely it's already been answered there. --Spencerian 12:37, 21 November 2006 (CST)