Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Dec. 2

In a Dec. 4 Future Tense, Elena Botella misspelled model Aaron Philip’s last name.

Due to an editing error, a Nov. 30 Medical Examiner misidentified Wang Ziwen as Maog Ziwen.

In a Nov. 21 Movies, Rachelle Hampton misstated how long the moment of silence in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood lasts. It’s one minute, not 10 seconds.

In an Oct. 15 Future Tense, Chris Noessel misstated when a one-line virus was created. It debuted in 2002, not in the 1990s.

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