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Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

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Photo: (Clockwise from top left) Getty; AP; Stephanie Keith (Getty); AP Well, folks, it’s just a few hours shy of the turn of the month,...
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How the World Might End, According to ‘Stuff You Should Know”s Josh Clark  

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We talked to Josh Clark about his new podcast, The End of The World with Josh Clark, and asked him all about existential risks, and...
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Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

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Clockwise from top left: Jim Cooke (Gizmodo)/Getty Images; Misha Friedman (Gizmodo); Jim Cooke (Gizmodo); Chelsea Beck (Gizmodo) Hopefully your week has been better than leading...