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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2012

* Watch the Fastest 3D Printer In the World Creating the Tiniest 3D F1 Car You Can Imagine [Video] >>
* Microsoft Can Make Your Voice Speak Foreign Languages >>

* Prolonged space travel causes brain and eye abnormalities in astronauts >>
* Terahertz bandwidth: the key to 1,000x faster smartphones, laptops and pipe dreams >>
* The $2,000 Car >>
* MIT software optimizes paths for automated undersea vehicles (video) >>

* Aldebaran Robotics Sells Majority Stake for $100 Million >>
* Future of voice recognition: Assistants that learn from you >>
* Ray Kurzweil Talks Entrepreneurship, Apps, And The Future Of Education [TCTV] >>

* ‘Personal Cloud’ to Replace PC by 2014, Says Gartner >>
* New NASA glasses don’t fog up, but they can see through it >>
* Dirty Minds: The Neurobiology of Love >>

* Ion Accelerator is ten times as powerful enables 20 micron silicon wafers for solar power modules at 40 cents per watt >>
* Stunning Destruction-based Physics Engine Demonstration >>
* Theory of Traversable Wormholes without using Exotic Matter in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet-Dilaton (a String Gravity) theory >>

* Avatars set to shape real-world habits >>
* The First 3D Model of DNA Looks Like a Spinning Beach Ball of Life [Dna] >>
* Reader Gets Featured In The Simpsons After Gizmodo Post [Video] >>

* Video: I Got Blasted by the Pentagon’s Pain Ray — Twice >>
* Flying model of the DeLorean from Back to the Future 2 takes the skies in Russia [Video] >>
* Introducing TED-Ed: Short lessons for teachers and students to spark curiosity >>

* Fast Talk: How “Dr. Fill” Does For Crosswords What IBM’s “Watson” Did On “Jeopardy!” >>
* Angry Sunspot Now Rotating Away | Video >>
* TED launches learning initiative at YouTube >>

* Fiber laser points to woven 3D displays >>
* Plant math: Why roots grow down, not up >>
* What If There Were No Seasons? >>

* Recharging cell phones remotely >>
* How a Nuclear Bomb Could Save Earth From an Asteroid, according to a supercomputer study. >>
* Smartphones with 1,000 times more speed >>

* Daredevil defies jet-pack jitters to race car >>
* Gamers Outdo Computers at Matching Up Disease Genes >>
* Sign language program converts hand movements into text – Telegraph >>

* European ‘superbus’ aims to hit 155 MPH on the track >>
* Transmitting single photons between molecules for quantum communication >>
* I Got Blasted By the Pentagon’s Pain Ray—Twice [Weapons] >>

* Proof that erasing information produces heat >>
* Integrated software architecture for the car of the future >>
* Space Ships as ‘Death Stars”? –Leading Space Travel Physicists Say “Yes” >>

* Credit Card-Thin Batteries Could Power a Display On Your Visa >>
* Watch This RC Top Gun Pilot His Helicopter Through Impossible Maneuvers [Video] >>
* Despite Fukushima, Nuclear Keeps Powering Ahead >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 March 2012 >>

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