Patrick Faliano

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14 Purrfect Gifts For Cat Lovers

Merry Catmas! 😽😸<p>Calling all cat people (or people who love people who love cats!), we have the ultimate <i>gift guide</i> for you! And the best part? It’s totally adorable and totally affordable. So hurry up and order your cat paraphernalia right <i>meow</i> or else, stores might sell out and that would be</i> …

David Tennant Celebrates 100 Years Of Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity With This Charming Recap

Most people don’t pay attention to high school science classes, and then avoid them at any cost once they get to college. All of those chemistry and physics details are hard to keep in one brain on their own, even more so when piled on top of other important details like how to drive a car and what …

Donald Trump Criticized After He Appears to Mock Reporter Serge Kovaleski

New quantum technology, and the measurement and definition of time

Einstein’s relativity, optical atomic clocks, and November’s Perimeter Institute public lecture from David Wineland. With some added geek nostalgia<p>A while ago the Independent asked me, and others, to share some science books that have excited us. My choice was “Science and the Universe” from the …

AP investigation: Hundreds of officers lose licenses over sex misconduct

<i>Editor's note: Former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, covered below, was convicted on Dec. 10, 2015 on 18 of 36 counts of rape and other sexual offenses against women he encountered on patrol. He will be sentenced in January. [7:17 a.m., Dec. 11, 2015.]</i><p>Flashing lights pierced the …

No, Really, Strange Things Are Happening at the Vatican

The food-taster jokes are no longer funny.<p>If this were the 12th century, armies would be marching toward each other already.<p>That was the response to an article on Wednesday in an Italian daily newspaper, Quotidiano Nazionale, that reported that Pope Francis had a tiny, treatable brain tumor that …