Just finished reading a magazine article about a particular knife. The author commented that S35VN steel used in the knifeblade was tougher than S30V steel due to the addition of Nobelium. Nobelium is a radioactive, synthetic, trans-uranic element which has a half-life of at most 58 minutes. The most common isotope has a half-life of about 3 minutes. Yes, I know what the guy meant to say was Niobium. And, yes, I will readily admit that the details of steel alloys and the periodic table of the elements are not common knowledge. But for pete's sake, if you're going to write articles about knives, you should probably know the difference between Niobium and Nobelium. Failing that, maybe spending a little bit of time with an internet search engine before you send off your manuscript would be a good idea. Any effort at all to check on the details of either S35VN or Nobelium would have immediately suggested to the author that something was amiss.