Chernobyl, Schrödinger’s Cat, and Telegram Terrorists: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Clockwise from top left: Audrey Valasco (Cell Press); Spencer Platt (Getty); Dwight Sipler (Wikimedia Commons); Fox/Marvel.

Happy Sunday evening! Hopefully the events of the last week have been going better for you than YouTube, which spent an impossibly long time flailing around like a Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing Tube Man after refusing to remove videos of a conservative internet personality taunting a journalist with racist, homophobic harassment. Hopefully the week also went better for you than Microsoft, which discovered a Windows flaw so bad the National Security Agency felt the need to weigh in, or anyone involved with Dark Phoenix, which is bombing in theaters at this very moment.

In fact, we hope you had as good a week as Schrödinger’s cat, which scientists announced they can now theoretically save with newfound understandings of quantum mechanics, but not as good a week as this deep-sea dragonish, whose nightmare-inducing smile suggests it just did something very evil indeed.

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All this and more in this week’s best of Gizmodo, below:

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Tom McKay

"... An upperclassman who had been researching terrorist groups online." - Washington Post