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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 March 2011

* Newer Nuclear Reactors May Not Have Failed in Japan >>
* Japan quake may have shortened Earth days, moved axis, calculations suggest >>
* The Most Terrifying Japan Tsunami Videos I’ve Seen >>

* It’s Pi Day. Do you know what 3.1415926535897932384626433832795 sounds like? >>
* Start drooling, slowpokes: Internet2 ramps up to 8.8Tbps >>

* The Missing Link Between Air Density And Wind Power Production >>
* Did This Guy Hack Times Square Video Screens With His iPhone? >>
* iPad, Tablets To Replace Game Consoles? >>
* Researchers map ‘fly tree of life’ >>

* A beautiful but creepy vision of the “smart glass” future [Video] >>
* Lung cancer metastasis: Researchers find key component — possible way to block it >>
* Mini disks for data storage >>

* Are you prone to mind control? >>
* Shower-powered FM radio launched >>
* Scientists achieve breakthrough in nanocomposite for high-capacity hydrogen storage >>

* Tiny Endangered Kittens Born From Frozen Embryos >>
* The historical roots of yoga >>
* Who will still be famous in 10,000 years? >>

* Using Language Patterns to Identify Anonymous E-Mail >>
* Dawkins and Grayling: can there be evidence for god? >>
* Augmented Reality: Total Immersion AR Magic Mirror on iPad2 >>
* The Real Reason Why Flash On Tablets Hasn’t Happened Yet >>

* Brain has working memory times 3 >>
* Russian rocket ride: $63 million per US astronaut >>
* SES gives SpaceX first geostationary satellite launch deal >>
* NASA’s Hubble rules out 1 alternative to dark energy >>

* Nanotech Advance Will Make Tranportation of Hydrogen Fuel Safer >>
* Cancerous tumors might be our oldest evolutionary ancestors [Evolution] >>
* The Force Is Strong: One in Five Brits Think Light Sabers Exist >>

* Artega SE electric sports car lines up to challenge Tesla Roadster >>
* Wireless sensor networks can see and shape the world >>
* Drilling Square and Hexagonal Holes >>
* Dissecting the Physics of Basketball Bank Shots >>

* Using quantum methods to read classical memories offers surprising advantages >>
* February exciting month for Kepler team >>
* Star-hungry black hole could blow galactic ‘bubbles’ >>

* Entangled in a dating game >>
* Robots to the rescue (w/ Video) >>
* Robotic arms: Rubbing elbows with robotics (w/ Video) >>
* Just to be clear: The moon did not cause the earthquake in Japan >>

* Nanodiamonds Fight Cancer >>
* NASA Probe Set for Historic Arrival at Mercury This Week (SPACE.com) >>
* How to make watermelon chips >>
* Nanorods could greatly improve visual display of information (w/ Video) >>

* Happier people tweet together >>
* With a “Wearable” PET Scanner, Two Realms of Brain Science Merge >>
* Researcher Hod Lipson discusses adaptive robots >>
* Pre-emptive drug could prevent breast cancer >>

* AI lie detection could help crack terror cells >>
* Hexagonal wind tunnel lets you make your own tornado >>
* Royal Rumble of Robots – Japanese Humanoids Battle in Massive Melee (video) >>

* Your Computer Therapist Will See You Now >>
* Microsoft Launches Internet Explorer 9, Its Prettiest Browser Yet >>

* Xixidu Links for 2011-03-14 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 March 2011 >>

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