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Tristans Daily Link Review; 21 March Feb 2010

* Breakthrough for the quantum simulator: When ultra-cold atoms can be anything Link
* For One Tiny Instant, Physicists May Have Broken a Law of Nature  Link
* David Brin Space Exploration Discussion Videos Link
* How the LHC deals with runaway beams Link
* Human ancestors walked comfortably upright 3.6 million years ago, new footprint study Link

* Discovery gives insight into brain ‘replay’ process Link
* Biolgical clock could be a key to better health, longer life Link
* Acne Drug Prevents HIV Breakout Link
* Cubely: a new 3D printer? Link

* TEDMED Ken Kamler: Medical miracle on Everest Link
* Asking ‘what would nature do?’ leads to a way to break down a greenhouse gas Link
* LHC Smashes World Record -Will It Ultimately Reveal Signals from Another Universe?  Link
* Mouse work: New insights on a fundamental DNA repair mechanism Link
* Would You Pay $20 for Access to a Breast Cancer Cure? Link

* Star Trek-style force-field armour being developed by military scientists  Link
* Astronomy Picture of the Day  Link
* Queen invented phone, pupils say Link
* Too Many Choices: A Problem That Can Paralyze Link
* Microsoft SenseCam Review: What It’s Like to Record Your Whole Life Link
* Does Our DNA Carry the Memories of Our Ancestors? Link

* If Only We Were Smarter! Link
* Desktop Fun: Beaches Theme Wallpapers Link
* Top 25 Most Ancient Historical Photographs Link
* Will Discovery Be Go for Launch or Forced to Roll Back? Link
* Before and after Link
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  1. JBernoulli
    March 21, 2010 at 5:00 pm

    I am glad that this topic was discussed on this blog, totally agree with all the above, but there are some problems in the legal regulation in the light of recent changes in legislation. I would not wish to write here in great detail, much is written on the site http://moslegist.ru … But thanks anyway!

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