Wheel good. Fire Bad. I am a conservative scientist and believe this is true because the wheel is good and fire is bad.
- Uhhh. I like wheels too. :) Should this article have a mention of Ezekiel in it? Vossy 01:03, 16 March 2007 (EDT)
This "article" (for lack of a better word) is absurd: it provides close to zero information on what is one of the most fundamentally earth-changing machines ever invented by humanity. Two incepid and plagerized paragraphs for the greatest invention ever, second only to fire itself!
Is this what "conservative" has come to? Does "conservative" now mean "wallowing in ignorance, incompetence, and stupidity?" What ever posessed some people to actually believe an article about The Wheel could in any way be politicized into "conservative" (i.e., pseudo-conservative fascism) and "non-conservative?" --Desertphile 11:30, 17 March 2007 (EDT)
When war broke out it wasn't against the members of the Triple Alliance, since Italy remained neutral and the Ottoman Empire (what was left of it) joined Germany. So either the description needs to be changed if it is the time period leading up to World War I, or else the combatants need to be changed if it is the time period when the war had commenced. Learn together 12:15, 18 July 2007 (EDT)
Are they really an alternative to wheels while hovercraft are not?