Talk:Stove

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Wood and pollution[edit]

What is the point of this particular line?

burning wood (most common in developing nations). Burning wood for "ambiance" and in barbecues is fairly common, and is considered "the fastest-growing form of pollution".

I don't see how that matters for the article, it appears to be an attention-grabbing irrelevant statement! (User: Julien_Deveraux) --Julien Deveraux 1 July 2005 06:45 (UTC)

removed inappropriate plug[edit]

The last paragraph under "Gas and Electric Stoves" included the inane comment "Gas and electric stoves have always had one thing in common, they will burn you" and goes on to detail a strip of Nomex being marketed for use on the oven door--it also included links to where it can be purchased.

removed commercial links[edit]

Two external links to commercial sites removed.

Redirection[edit]

When you search for electric stove it redirects to this article, however electric cooker does not and there is a separate stub for this. I think this should that should be removed/and or combined into this article.

Rocket stove[edit]

There is a wikipage called Rocket stove and that should get a mention here, I don't have time to do it at the moment, but mention it as it seems quite innovative and sought-after by modern greenies, it's apparently clean and efficient and costs almost nothing at all to build. It's page probably needs a cleanup too. Penyulap (talk) 22:05, 4 May 2011 (UTC)