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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 August 2011

* Experiments Show Gravity Is Not An Emergent Phenomenon >>
* Human gait could soon power portable electronics >>
* Wireless Monitoring of Heart Rate and Respiration Using RADAR >>

* Brain region that predicts the future identified >>
* Species count put at 8.7 million >>
* Stem cells offer Parkinson’s hope >>

* Did Einstein discover E = mc2? >>
* Are we watching NASA Astrophysics commit suicide? [Starts With A Bang] >>
* New Cancer Drug Approved That Eliminates Chemo Horrors >>

* Richard Eskow Pay the Young to Build the Future >>
* George Dvorsky On the Pernicious De-Radicalization of the Radical Future >>
* Combat Cavities By Re-Growing Your Decaying Teeth [Science] >>

* Will We Redesign Our Homes for Robots? >>
* 3D Printers Get Big Boost: Foundry Group Leads $10m Investment in MakerBot >>
* Is IBM Building a Computer That Thinks Like a Human? >>

* Researchers reach world-record 97.4 Tesla magnetic field >>
* Libyan Rebels Are Flying Their Own Minidrone >>
* State of the Bionic Art: The Best Replacements for My Flimsy Human Parts >>

* Microrobot lifts bead 4x its weight >>
* Open wide for new stem cell potential >>
* Unexpected adhesion properties of graphene may lead to new nanotechnology devices >>
* WebAPI: Mozilla Proposes Open App Interface For Smartphones >>

* Baby boomers may be bad news for stock market >>
* Really dark matter: Is the universe made of holes? >>

* Stars that steal give birth to backwards planets >>
* Hubble Telescope Successor Could Get a Financial Lifeline >>
* Aurora Over Greenland >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 August 2011 >>

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