The Corey Corporation entered into a contract to sell machine parts to G& H Wholesalers. Corey shipped machine parts different from those specified in the contract, and G& H rejected them. Corey made no mention of the nonconformity, nor did Corey make any attempt to resend conforming goods. One day after G& H informed Corey that the parts were rejected, they were destroyed by fire in G& H’s warehouse. Corey attempted to recover that cost of the machine parts in spite of the fire loss, claiming that the risk of loss rested with G& h. Is the Corey Corporation correct?