Here are a couple of bugs on the automatic text correction algorithm HubPages uses.
First, a word was corrected, but the algorithm missed the same word later on the same line. If you're going to make a change, please be consistent.
Second, a "correction" was made, but nothing was changed. The term "light years" is correctly spelled and then "changed" to the same correctly-spelled form. In other words -- no change!
Hope this helps.
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