Wikipedia:Last topic pool

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This is a pool for guessing what the topic of the last article created on Wikipedia may be. Other topic pools exist for certain milestones (see one millionth and two-millionth topic pools and Wikipedia:500th language pool), but none are as important as the last topic created. You may be wondering why something might be the last article. Well,

  • Wikipedia might go under
  • Interest in Wikipedia might dwindle to the point that nobody edits it ever again
  • the Earth (or at least the Internet) may end in some catastrophic fashion
  • Wikipedia might simply be finished with the sum total of all current and future human knowledge
  • Or Wikipedia will change its name, therefore the "last article" would be the last under the name of Wikipedia.

But just like there was a first article, there should undoubtedly be a last. This is the pool for that eventuality! Everyone is allowed a maximum of three votes. Voting ends when the ten-thousandth-to-last article is created. And by the way, someone should probably periodically archive this page, because when we need it to check and see who's won, it may not be around any longer.

Instructions for voting: Add the article name to the appropriate section and sign it with four tildes. If the section doesn't exist yet, make it.


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