"Located within the constellation Pisces, the newly spotted object is called HD 3651 B. It is 50 times the mass of Jupiter and thus considered a T brown dwarf — the coolest of the two brown-dwarf categories. This slow smoldering releases infrared light, which was detected by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope."Says Sarah, "People who can discuss the physics of the universe should know that, if only two things are being compared, as in this case, superlatives are right out. 'Cooler' is the correct word to use."
Thursday, September 21, 2006
Grammar Ain't Rocket Science
SPOGG scout Sarah M. has proof. She found this goof in an MSNBC story:
Posted by Martha Brockenbrough at 10:24 AM