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A notice in the New York Times on Saturday:

Correction: August 16, 2008. An article on Friday about the planned construction of two large solar power installations in California described incorrectly the operation of the solar panels in one, to be built by SunPower. Its panels pivot from east to west to follow the sun over the course of a day—not west to east.

Not, of course, that one doesn’t trust the New York Times to say which way the sun rises.

(via Instapundit )

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