Talk:The Popularity of War

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edit Like it so far

Just a couple of things...

  1. Images of war - can be somewhat off-putting - the Buddhist monk and Israeli soldier are just a bit too much. The rest are good. Love the Lincoln one.
  2. Use Latex math functions for the equations.
Popularity of War = (Active nations still extant) + Years of war + (Casualties / 100,000)


 p_{war} = n_{e \bowtie a} + t_{years} + \frac{c}{100,000}
 p_{war} = Popularity (of war)
 n_{e \bowtie a} = Nations (still extant and active)
 t_{years} = time (in years)
 \frac{c}{100,000} = Total number of (human) casualties / 100,000

By the way, I have no idea what the bowtie actually means in mathematics, but it looks good. You could keep with the weapon motif and use  \rightleftharpoons instead.

The other thing is  10 \mu c mathematically means  10 * 10^{-6} * c or  \frac{c}{100,000} but it has a more sciencey ring to it.

Pup 01:43, 12 July 2009 (UTC)
Thanks I've never used the maths functions--Sog1970 10
14, 12 July 2009 (UTC)
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