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It was a year of splendid science fiction, some pretty strange science...and a little movie called Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Somehow that dress made the cut too. These are the 100 most popular io9 posts from 2015, according to data from Google Analytics.
From weird robots to headphone rants to the darkest, creepiest crevasses of the internet — and that goddamn fucking dress. These are the 100 most popular Gizmodo posts from 2015 as per Google Analytics. Revisit. Reread. Rejoice.
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