This question relates only to observations with no ID–why do some of them get labelled as “Unknown” and others as “State of matter Life”? If an observer does nothing other than post a photo, I understand that it would be labelled “Unknown” until at least one identification has been entered. But when an observation is labelled “State of matter Life” despite no identifications, is that because the observer has chosen to enter that, or is it a default? Sometimes it looks like an observation has no identifications and that the observer has chosen “State of matter Life,” but then the observer asks why it says that. Is there some default that goes to “State of matter Life?”
A related question: Is “State of matter Life” intended to be a category for only observations with identifications in different kingdoms? If not, for observations that begin as “Unknown” and are moved into “State of matter Life” with no identifications yet, what are the criteria for moving from “Unknown” to “State of matter Life”?