And there's nothing wrong with that - someone has to maintain standards or they'd just go and slip, wouldn't they? But the danger
A few quibbles:
Homogenous and homogeneous are not interchangeable and their respective meanings should be studied in the dictionary.
My dictionary tells me they're the same word, spelt differently.
Under age, like under way, should be written as two words.
Except when it's used adjectivally when it should be hyphenated, surely?
This will never be by splitting the infinitive...
Isn't the standard guidance (from K Amis and others) that one can split the infinitive if to do otherwise would sound unnatural or barbarous?
Anyway, I invite your opinions (and pot-shots).