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Archive for August 14, 2011

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 August 2011

* Building new faces from stem cells in the ear >>
* The World’s Oldest Wood –400 Million Years–Found >>
* A First Look Inside Virgin Galactic’s Commercial Spaceship >>

* Space Junk Cleanup Poses Grand Challenge for 21st Century >>
* How the Sun works, from the inside out [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Science fiction writers hired by Intel to help drive their future technology >>

* Black Hole Physics Hint that Gravity May Not be a Constant of the Universe >>
* Material makes hydrogen gas 10 times faster than natural enzyme, uses inexpensive metals >>
* After 30 years, IBM says PC going way of vacuum tube and typewriter >>

* How to predict reaction time 4 times more accurately >>
* Experimental drug could defeat any virus >>
* MondoNet: Rutgers Academics Try to Build a New, Censorship-Proof Internet >>

* Human Brain Is Sensitive To Light In Ears >>
* Microsoft Surface-controlled robots to boldly go where rescuers have gone before (video) >>
* Once Your Doctor Knows Your Genes, The Sick Become More Than Just A Disease >>

* This Worm Is the First Animal Engineered to Produce Biological Blocks Not Found in Nature >>
* Dark matter may be an illusion caused by the quantum vacuum >>
* Where the Sun Don’t Shine, Mussels Munch on Hydrogen >>

* Effortless sailing with fluid flow cloak >>
* Could Hackers Break Into Your Electric Meter? >>
* Links for 2011-08-13 >>

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