Albert Pujols realizes he’s only one game into a decade-long commitment, so his hitless debut for the Los Angeles Angels didn’t cause him much distress.
Instead, he’ll remember the big-game electricity in Angel Stadium, the warm reception from his new West Coast fans — and the performances of Angels teammates who showed Pujols he doesn’t have to do anything by himself.
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Researchers have found a flaw in the technical setup of an experiment that startled the science world last year by appearing to show particles traveling faster than light.
The problem may have affected measurements that clocked subatomic neutrino particles breaking what Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein considered the ultimate speed barrier.
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