This takes “two places at once” to a whole new, lower level.
Iceland’s Silfra fissure is a deep, watery crack between the North American and Eurasian continents. It’s the place where the two massive tectonic plates meet and are slowly drifting apart, causing earthquakes about once a decade.
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Small, but made for big things, the Cube is engineered for portability and performance. From grand adventures and strokes of genius to channel surfing and movie marathons, go places and take it with you, or stay put and be transported.
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The Carolina Panthers were angry at themselves for allowing the New York Giants back in the game, but they saved most of their vitriol for Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
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Apparently, there’s nothing more powerful in the box-office universe than the Force.
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Though it gets a bad rap, fat is an important nutrient that the body needs in order to function. Eating the right amount — and the right form — of dietary fat is key to maintaining good health, experts say. However, consuming too much fat or too little may cause health problems.
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The future of 4K video has been in doubt as of late. You see, the HEVC Advance group that’s licensing the H.265/HEVC video format (crucial to stuffing 4K into modern data pipes) wanted steep royalties seemingly everywhere, with no cap — even free services faced a small outlay. It was so pricey that tech giants started work on their own royalty-free format to avoid being on the hook. At last, though, HEVC Advance has seen the light: it’s offering a revamped licensing scheme. While it could still be costly for some, it’s inexpensive enough that it might safeguard the future of 4K content.
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