While playing around with the geographic heading information for the Dewey Decimal Classification System, I discovered something totally interesting:
So remember in 2006 when there was a heated discussion among scientists about whether Pluto should be a planet or not? Pluto lost and was demoted to "dwarf planet". Several events followed this resolution.
First, a new facebook group was created, called "When I was your age, Pluto was a planet". I joined, naturally.
Second, we all contemplated an existence without Pluto. What would become of those memorization aids for learning the planets? My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us NOTHING. That's what. No pizza for you.
And third, the Dewey Decimal Classification System was updated. The classification "Pluto and transplutonian planets" was altered to "Trans-Neptunian objects". Thus all those books about Pluto are now technically about "Trans-Neptunian objects." How depressing.
And that is it. There is no hope for Pluto now. DDC is the final word.