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Rams Vs. 49ers Live Stream: Time, How To Watch ‘Sunday Night Football’ Live



The San Francisco 49ers host the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football!

Sunday Night Football features a matchup of two teams going in very different directions. Last week, the Rams defeated Washington for their second straight win to improve to 4-1. The 49ers, on the other hand, were blown out by the Dolphins for their second straight loss to fall to 2-3. Can San Fran score a Sunday night upset, or will Jared Goff and company improve to 5-1?

Here’s how to watch Sunday Night Football live on NBC.


Sunday Night Football begins at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC.


If you have a valid cable login, you can watch Sunday Night Football live on the NBC website, NBC Sports app, NBC Sports website, or the NBC app.


You can also find a Sunday Night Football live stream with an active subscription to YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV (in select markets), or AT&T TV NOW. All of the aforementioned platforms offer an NBC live stream.


No cable login? No problem! Live local and primetime NFL games are available to stream for free via the Yahoo Sports app and NFL app.


Yes! You can watch Sunday Night Football live on Hulu via an active subscription to Hulu + Live TV. Hulu’s streaming service offers an NBC live stream. A seven-day free trial is available for new and eligible subscribers.

Jared Goff in training camp
Photo: HBO


Yes! YouTube TV offers NBC, FOX, CBS, ESPN, and the NFL Network. A free trial is available for eligible subscribers.


Kylie Jenner rings in daughter’s birthday by taking friends and family to ‘Stormi World’: ‘2 is better than 1’




Stormi Webster is two! The daughter of reality star and beauty mogul, Kylie Jenner, and rapper Travis Scott just turned two and it was no surprise that Jenner gave it her all to make sure that Stormi’s second birthday was better than her first. Jenner decided to redo her idea about ‘Stormi World’ but things were better than the last time.

The entire theme of the celebration echoed the idea that ‘2 is better than 1’. Undoubtedly, she was right. Stormi World’s entrance was a nod to her father, Travis Scott’s idea of Astroworld. To add to it, the celebration was filled with food, drinks, and rides for the guests to enjoy. The guests also had a chance to enjoy hanging out with some of Stormi’s favorite characters from ‘Frozen’ and ‘Trolls’.

Jenner also took to social media to express her happiness on having Stormi and celebrating her second birthday. Sharing a series of pictures she wrote, “And just like that she’s two ⚡️⚡️ happy birthday to my Stormi. February 1st 4:43 pm the moment my life changed forever. We were meant for each other stormiloo.”

Ahead of Stormi’s birthday, Jenner had revealed that she would be dedicating her cosmetic collection to Stormi. She made this announcement on social media along with a video that showed the mother-daughter duo striking a pose for a photo shoot.

“Think I’ve been waiting for this moment since the day I found out I was pregnant??.. An entire collection by @kyliecosmetics dedicated to my beautiful daughter ? I can’t wait for the reveal!!!! You will fall in love. The Stormi Collection launches 2.1.20 ⚡️,” she wrote.

Jenner later gave a glimpse of the collection in which the packaging was shaped like a butterfly, a direct nod to Stormi, and was pink in color. The collection was launched on the same day as Stormi’s birthday.

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Save $20 on Pokémon Sword or Shield ahead of The Crown Tundra DLC release




Update: The new DLC is now available, and you can still grab either of these games for $40 while supplies last.

If you’ve yet to pick up Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield for the Nintendo Switch, now’s a great time to do so as both versions of the game are discounted at Amazon ahead of The Crown Tundra DLC being released.

There, you’ll be able to grab either game for just $40, $20 less than their retail prices, though you have to add your game of choice to your cart to see the discount. The same deal is available at Best Buy.

Super effective deal

Pokémon Sword and Shield for Nintendo Switch

If you haven’t captured the latest Pokémon games yet, now’s the time to do so with both Sword and Shield down to their best prices to date at Amazon. Add your preferred version to your cart to see the discounted price.

$39.99 $59.99 $20 off

Pokémon Sword and Shield are the first main series Pokémon games on the Nintendo Switch. They feature an open area that lets you explore and find new Pokémon. You can start your journey with Grookey, Sobble, or Scorbunny and go on your adventure in the Galar region, which is based in the UK.

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While the games don’t feature every Pokémon, they do have Dynamaxing, Gigantamaxing, Galarian forms of old favorite Pokémon, and Max Raid battles. You can also make curry in the game and go camping with your Poképals. Your savings could be put toward some of these awesome Pokémon accessories for Nintendo Switch.

Now’s the perfect time to pick up the games, not just thanks to the price drop, but also with the second part of the Sword and Shield Expansion Pack DLC on the horizon.

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Scientists Found an Ancient Tectonic Plate Buried Deep Inside the Earth’s Mantle




Plate tectonics — the slow movement of the Earth’s continents across the globe, and their interactions with each other — is a relatively new discovery, having only been broadly accepted in the geologic community since the mid-1960s. In addition to studying the seven large plates that make up the major continents on Earth, some scientists study the remains of vanished plates that were subducted under the edge of a continent and driven down into the mantle. Now, one group studying northwest North America has discovered what it believes are the remnants of a now-vanished plate that slid underneath the Pacific Northwest millions of years ago.

Hrm. Probably shouldn’t use that name.

The “Pro-Resurrection” side of the debate seems to have won. After isolating masses that appear to belong to Kula and Farallon, the team reports there are reconstruction gaps in the record, which:

…correlate spatiotemporally to published NW Cordillera near-trench magmatism, even considering possible terrane translation. We attribute these gaps to thermal erosion related to ridge subduction and model mid-ocean ridges within these reconstruction gap mid-points. Our reconstructions show two coeval ridge-trench intersections that bound an additional “Resurrection”-like plate along the NW Cordillera prior to 40 Ma. In this model, the Yukon slab represents a thermally eroded remnant of the Resurrection plate.

Now, I’m sure nobody needs a translation of that, but just in case it’s helpful, here’s a YouTube video of how this process is believed to have unfolded.

“When ‘raised’ back to the Earth’s surface and reconstructed, the boundaries of this ancient Resurrection tectonic plate match well with the ancient volcanic belts in Washington State and Alaska, providing a much sought after link between the ancient Pacific Ocean and the North American geologic record,” says geologist Jonny Wu, from the University of Houston.

A few more interesting things about the relationships of really, really have things on Earth. Mountain ranges form at plate boundaries, but they don’t form at anything like a consistent speed. One explanation for this is that fast mountain formation is caused by pieces of subducting plates breaking off and plunging (very slowly) through the mantle, towards the core/mantle boundary. Imagine hurling a bowling ball into a bathtub, then freezing the water in the instant it hit maximum height, and you’ve got an idea for how these events played out over geologic time.

Plate subduction is not the only thing that reshapes the continents. After the last ice age, continents all over the world began to rise as the sheets of ice melted. This is believed to have had the side effect of making local volcanic eruptions more likely because there wasn’t nearly so much weight holding the continents down. Isostatic rebound is still occurring to this day, though it’s much slower than current rates of sea-level rise and is not beneficial to solving the problem due to the timescales involved.

Understanding where these vanished plates are underneath our feet can aid our understanding of geologic events on the surface, like volcanism. If volcanoes and earthquakes ever become predictable, it’ll likely be thanks to a greater understanding of the deeper layers of the Earth.

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