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I'm warning you...!

Uncyclopedia's Article on Its Article on Its Article on Its Article on Itself is a refreshing change from the pointlessness of its predecessors. Whereas Uncyclopedia's Article on Its Article on Its Article on Itself is undisputedly "the cream of the crop when it comes to pointlessness,"[1] in contrast Uncyclopedia's Article on Its Article on Its Article on Its Article on Itself has a very valid point, namely to point out how pointless Uncyclopedia's Article on Its Article on Its Article on Itself is.

Theoretical scientists have hypothesised that if there were an Uncyclopedia article "Uncyclopedia's Article on Its Article on Its Article on Its Article on Its Article on Itself", this article would be roughly as pointless as Uncyclopedia's Article on Its Article on Its Article on Itself. However, since no such article exists, all such speculation is pointless.

But atomic theory states that as the number of recursive references in the title approaches 137, a number limited by the speed of light, the size of the article approaches infinity. So it is impossible for there to be more than 42 articles which extend in this direction (this number is limited by the huge number of articles in the Evil Wikia Empire. This is the question that theoretical scientists were looking for since 1.37E+10 B.C.

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