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post Sep 19 2014, 12:51 AM
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While browsing the Science packet, I found this on page 15: "our Sun is, in fact, a giant gas ball".
What the heck USAD? The thesis that the sun is gaseous has been rendered invalid for a while now, you shouldn't make such kinds of errors. That got me thinking though, did anyone find any other errors like that in the packets? And what can I do about it?
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post Sep 19 2014, 07:15 AM
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QUOTE (AngryZinogre @ Sep 18 2014, 07:51 PM) *
While browsing the Science packet, I found this on page 15: "our Sun is, in fact, a giant gas ball".
What the heck USAD? The thesis that the sun is gaseous has been rendered invalid for a while now, you shouldn't make such kinds of errors. That got me thinking though, did anyone find any other errors like that in the packets? And what can I do about it?


Yes, Science is full of errors, and you can report them to USAD (terry@usad.org I think). They release occasional corrections to coaches (not sure why not publicly but I'm pretty sure that's how it is).
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post Sep 20 2014, 12:50 AM
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QUOTE (masonsbro @ Sep 19 2014, 02:15 AM) *
QUOTE (AngryZinogre @ Sep 18 2014, 07:51 PM) *
While browsing the Science packet, I found this on page 15: "our Sun is, in fact, a giant gas ball".
What the heck USAD? The thesis that the sun is gaseous has been rendered invalid for a while now, you shouldn't make such kinds of errors. That got me thinking though, did anyone find any other errors like that in the packets? And what can I do about it?


Yes, Science is full of errors, and you can report them to USAD (terry@usad.org I think). They release occasional corrections to coaches (not sure why not publicly but I'm pretty sure that's how it is).

It used to be public. Now it's listed under a student section but requires an account I've tried many times (both pre- and post-graduation) to obtain.
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