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So yeah, pretty fast:
A joint group of researchers from the Netherlands and the US have smashed the world speed record for a fiber network, pushing 255 terabitsper second down a single strand of glass fiber. This is equivalent to around 32 terabytes per second — enough to transfer a 1GB movie in 31.25 microseconds (0.03 milliseconds), or alternatively, the entire contents of your 1TB hard drive in about 31 milliseconds.
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For the nerdcore, Marvel's newest 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer adds a scene in where Tony Stark and Captain America try and fail to lift Thor's hammer (though it does look like Cap budges it...).
Defying "the natural laws of geometric broccoli"
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