A year and a half? Well, somebody has to post something sooner or later.
After the news of the LHC problems, I've been polling google for news, and I came upon these words of insight from the "online newspaper of the year", The Australian
"The sector that was damaged will need to be warmed up well above absolute zero for repairs to be made, Associated Press has reported."
Seriously? I guess you could interpret it as correct, with a little necker-cubing, but I mean, if someone said you needed to heat something to over 30 degrees, you'd assume it was below 30 degrees to start with, right? What does that quote say, or imply to readers who already seem to have trouble with terms like absolute zero or light-year etc.
Thought I'd prod the community, really.