You want a post *and* comments??

And really, why wouldn't you? What could have prepared you for the possibility that reading one would make the other vanish, as if there were some kind of blogular wavefunction collapse?

The ScienceBlogs powers that be have been alerted that there's an issue with disappearing comments (if you're reading a post) and disappearing posts (if you're reading the comments). They are busy trying to get the squirrels out of the ductwork (or fix the javascript problem, whichever).

In the meantime, if you're desperate to contribute a comment to a post, or to get the 411 on a post on this blog that has up and vanished, shoot me an email and I'll do what I can to help.

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