Correction of errors on this web site
Errors found & corrected during 2014
At the start of 2014, our web site contained over 6,300 essays and menus.
During 2014, to date, we ran across the following errors, which we have since fixed:
- In our essay that discusses various examples of assisted suicide in Canada we made an error in the 1994 entry for Nova Scotia. We accidentally reversed the name of the person who committed suicide with the person who assisted at the same suicide.
- In our essay titled "Descriptions of Hell in the New
Testament" we correctly indicated that "... for sulphur to form a lake, it must be molten." But then we wrote that to be molten it must be above the boiling point of sulfur. In fact, it must be above the melting point and below the boiling point of sulfur. Either way, it would be one uncomfortable place to stay.
- In our essay titled "Is same-sex marriage inevitable across
the U.S.? ..." we referred to the famous 1967 court ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that legalized interracial marriage as "Lawrence v. Texas." That case legalized consensual sexual activity between adults of the same sex,in private, everywhere in the U.S. The case that legalized interracial marriage was actually "Loving v. Virginia."
Latest update: 2015-FEB-24
Author: B.A. Robinson