I have just picked up this magazine and read your article. On page 18 you say "In summary the scientific literature is self-correcting though corrigenda and though reader comments." Both times you left out the r in 'through'. I'm assuming you did this deliberately to see how many readers corrected you to find out what the rate of reader correction is. So consider me as bumping up your stats by 1. Maybe you have hidden other 'mistakes' in there, but I didn't spot them.
posted by Colin den Ronden
September 9, 2013
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