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Rose Pastore edits Gizmodo's science and climate coverage.

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Thanks for letting us know. We’ve update the image.  Read more

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It’s your ad blocker removing the links to Amazon.  Read more

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You’re right—the researcher confirmed to us that he misspoke and we’ve updated the sentence.  Read more

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It’s Sanford, actually: https://www.sanfordlab.org/ Read more

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I think there was just a delay in it going live as the embargo lifted. Should be working now? Read more

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You can read our article about the painted skeletons here: https://gizmodo.com/catalhoyuk-burial-pigments-turkey-stone-age-1848685709 Read more

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Brian went off to a fancy new job, leaving us heartbroken. I’m the new Brian (and also the old Rose) so you can direct both Science and Earther complaints/compliments/jokes to me.  Read more

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Hey sci commenters—for some reason discussion was turned off for this story at first. Seems to be fixed now, so please leave your usual interesting messages. Sorry about that! Read more

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I believe it’s because covid patients often lie on their stomachs to improve breathing (aka proning). Read more

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Hi Fiddly, we actually did link to information about the galaxy, but it came later in the story. Here you go: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2016/hubble-team-breaks-cosmic-distance-record Read more

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We’ve just added a video and more details. Basically, they used a big net. Read more

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Adding this link in now. Apologies for leaving it out: https://www.wsj.com/articles/moderna-says-vaccine-remains-effective-for-six-months-11628165429 Read more

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Jeanne also covered that fossil for Gizmodo - https://gizmodo.com/a-shark-eating-a-squid-eating-a-lobster-in-one-fossi-1846971891 Read more

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I also had trouble hearing it on my (very ancient) laptop. I could hear it clearly through my phone though. Read more

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