Template talk:Orders of magnitude sidebar
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Description of a reversion: there is currently only one Orders of magnitude article on money, no disambiguation needed, please do not clutter template with details, if the article is too US-centric, add euro values etc.
- I added US in front of Money to form US Money, not to disambiguate but to correct. I did not clutter the template with details but I did add a single correction. While Orders of magnitude (U.S. money) deals exclusively with US dollars, then it is clearly only about US money. It is clearly incorrect to rename the current article as it stands to Orders of magnitude (money). There are at least two ways forward: either add other monetary values (i.e. other currencies) to Orders of magnitude (U.S. money) to form an appropriate [[Orders of magnitude (money)]] or for other monetary articles to arise, e.g. [[Orders of magnitude (Euro money)]], [[Orders of magnitude (sterling)]], etc..
Template:Orders of magnitude wide was derived from Template:Orders of magnitude by converting the right-aligned table to a horizontal wide navigation. Please ensure that the wikilinks present in this vertical one are kept synchronised with those in the wide horizontal template. -84user (talk) 00:03, 14 November 2008 (UTC)
Radiation dose equivalent
I added radiation dose equivalent to this list. I'm not sure that it deserves its own article, but I've linked it to the section on ionizing radation which discusses this. Swamp Ig (talk) 02:51, 3 May 2010 (UTC)