Illustration of Uncyclopedia approach to cycles
The probable reason you came to this page is not to learn on Cyclus revoluta, but to see how does Uncyclopedia cope with dangerous cycles in the document graph. In that case, you will not find any reference to "cycle" from the graph theory here. And this fact is actually an illustration of our approach to cycles. If we allow this entry to write about the "cycle" scientific meaning, it would generate a lot of links back to the math and computer science articles, and thus a lot of cycles in the document graph. Complexity of graph algorithms rises exponentially with the level of connectedness, and we must thus avoid mentioning the frequent meanings of the word "cycle" and only mention those which do not generate so many cycles to their original linking context, such as this page on Cyclus plant.
This may seem a bit confusing, but increased efficiency of the algorithms in the machine age is more than enough of a compensation for the initial time required for novice Uncyclopedia users to get used to the system.
Q: Does this mean that Uncyclopedia does not have an information on "cycles" in their graph theoretical meaning?
In other words, in the machine age we must consider machine needs over those of human users, since machines are more stupid than the users. But the results are worth it.
Cycle (Cyclus revoluta)
Cycle is a tropical plant. A living fossil, cycle is the only member of the division Cyclophyta, with the only monospecific family Cyclaceae containing the species Cyclus revoluta. Cycle, now almost extinct, is native to Australia and New Zealand.