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Why do all numbers redirect to the timeline?

Because a lot of them are frequently cited years, like 1969 or 2001. --Lenoxus 21:51, 15 June 2006 (UTC)

Idea for table of contents for places like "1"[edit]

Would it be a problem if I gave each number its own space (most of them with that "empty" template) and made the various fractions and decimals (like pi, etc.) subsections of whole numbers? As it is, the table of contents looks screwy, since each of the numbers is given its own number, often a completely different number. --Lenoxus 15:44, 15 June 2006 (UTC)

That would be an awful lot of work, and would be a hassle for anyone who wanted to read it. If you want to fix it, you should make a custom table of contents and link to each number's section with [[#1|1]], [[#2|2]], [[#pi|pi]], etc. That would look a lot neater and probably be less work overall. Spang talk 05:16, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

What the hell happened to the=[edit]

19th century and 20th century. Those articles where good and now they've disappeared. TheUnbeholden 05:39, September 2, 2011 (UTC)