Although internal links are usually made for the reader’s benefit, redirecting, for example, the title “conservative” directly to “retard” (or “retard” directly to “conservative”). However, some are done with evil in the writer’s heart or with comedic purposes, which seems to be happening here. Most times, the writer wrong-links because the article he actually wants to link to doesn’t exist (well that’s what REDIRECT is for you dumbasses!). This threat is so big that some evil, mean and stupid Uncyclopedians and Wikipedians even do wrong links with external linkswhich is stupid.
How it’s done
When a user of a wiki wants to make an internal link, he or she must write [[ with the name of the link here in the middle ]]. However, all they must do to do a wrong link is to put the article’s name and then the name they want to be in their article, divided with a | .
Examples of wrong links are everywhere in this article, made for the benefit of the reader. If you think that we still need some, I suggest you go to the doctor. Read the following if you think I’m playing:
- I cut down trees, I skip and jump
- I like to press raw flowers
- I put on women’s clothing
- And hang around in bars
- I cut down trees, I wear high-heels
- Suspendies and a bra
- I wish I’ve been a girlie
- Just like my dear papa!
In physics and other sciences, energy (from the Greek ενεργός, energos, "active, working") is a scalar physical quantity that is a property of objects and systems which is conserved by Nature. Energy is often defined as the capacity to do work. Several different forms of energy, such as kinetic, potential, thermal, electromagnetic, chemical, nuclear, and mass have been defined to explain all known natural phenomena. Energy is converted from one form to another, but it is never created or destroyed. This principle, the conservation of energy, was first postulated in the early 19th century, and applies to any isolated system. According to Noether's theorem, the conservation of energy is a consequence of the fact that the laws of physics do not change over time. Although the total energy of a system does not change with time, its value may depend on the frame of reference. For example, a passenger in a moving airplane has zero kinetic energy relative to the airplane, but nonzero kinetic energy relative to the earth.