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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 November 2011

* Alternate ending — living on without telomerase >>
* First Simulation Of The Supernova That Fathered Our Solar System >>
* How to prevent or slow down age-related disorders >>

* IBM open-sources ‘Internet of Things’ protocol >>
* Screen-spy program can read texts and emails >>

* Removing Old Cells Could Extend Human Life >>
* Will Japan build a backup Tokyo? >>
* Chinese spacecraft dock in orbit >>

* Mind the flying robots with cameras and arms >>
* Company decodes cancers to target treatment >>
* Could we detect extra terrestrials from their nighttime lights? >>

* A plane you can drive: Anna Mracek Dietrich on >> >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >> ? Top stories today via @nextbigfuture @willowgarage
* The Invisible Radiation of the Universe >>

* Is that a robot in your suitcase? >>
* New tool for the study of spatial patterns in living cells >>
* 50 companies team to create open source EV >>

* How to fly a helicopter with your brain waves >>
* Can Science Halt Hurricanes? >>
* NGC 7380: The Wizard Nebula >>

* Trio of Microsoft projectors lets you get quasi-physical with AR interaction (video) >>
* Google Street View walks through parks, so you don’t have to >>
* Monkey brainwaves control avatar >>

* Blood protein made from rice >>
* Cancer Found in 2,000-Year-Old Mummy >>
* Pantech’s Gesture Recognizing Vega LTE Will Do More Than Smile When You Wave At It [Video] >>

* Wind Turbine 2.0 Works Harder Without Making You Hear All About It [Wind Power] >>
* Age no longer a barrier to stem cell transplantation for older patients >>
* NASA studying ways to make ‘tractor beams’ a reality >>

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