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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 September 2012

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* You Won’t Need a Driver’s License by 2040 >>
* Translating the Entire Internet, One Language Lesson at a Time >>
* Physicists experimentally demonstrate one-way quantum steering >>

* NASA Funds ‘Thor’s Hammer’ Idea for Tossing Satellites >>
* Australia teaching drones a new trick: playing lifeguard >>
* 570-megapixel dark energy camera takes first pictures of space >>

* Moving plane exchanges quantum keys with Earth >>
* Bina48 is first humanoid robot to address a conference >>

* A first: organs tailor-made with body’s own cells >>
* Human muscle, regrown on animal scaffolding >>
* A Solar Filament Erupts >>

* Build a supercomputer on the moon >>
* Genome sequencing improving faster than Moore’s law >>
* New gene could lead to better bug-resistant plants >>

* Upcoming Space Station Cameras Will Give All Humans Live Imagery of Their Houses From Space >>
* ‘Blue Brain’ project accurately predicts connections between neurons >>
* The Story of You: Encode and the human genome – video >>

* A nose-like sensor array that ‘smells’ different cancers >>
* What technologies will crowdfunding create? >>
* Getting (drugs) under your skin >>

* What Technologies Will Crowdfunding Create? >>
* Most Unsettling Electronic Weapons In America >>
* Awesome Graphic Showing The Collapse Of The Microsoft-Intel Monopoly >>

* Google Releases “Course Builder,” an Open Source Platform for Building Your Own Big Online Courses >>

* The Story of You: Encode and the human genome – video >>
* Creativity, Puzzle Games, and Brain Damage >>
* Being horny makes everything seem less disgusting. >>

* Control A Robot With Your Brain? >>
* DIY spent nearly a decade and $3,000 on his homemade helicopter. >>
* Questions Show: Source of Atmospheres, Vanishing Moon, and a Glow After Sunset >>

* What Is the Smallest Thing in the Universe? >>
* Virtual Star Party, Sep. 16, 2012: The Dark Time Edition >>
* Low-cost design makes ultrasound imaging affordable to the world >>

* SpiderFab: low-cost kilometer-scale antennas in space >>
* “Eight-Billion Year Old Light May Solve the Mystery of Dark Energy” >>
* How All Refrigerators Should Be Designed [Humor] >>

* Warp engineering at 100 year spaceship conference >>
* Atomic Clocks To Measure Earth’s Geoid From The Ground >>
* New Software Makes Synthesizing DNA As Easy As ‘Drag and Drop’ With Icons >>

* NASA Starts Work on Real Life Star Trek Warp Drive [Space] >>
* Men recognize cars and women recognize living things best, psychological analysis finds >>
* A Series of Tubes Could Make It Practical to Get Fuel from Microörganisms >>

* Dry-run experiments verify key aspect of nuclear fusion concept: Scientific ‘break-even’ or better is near-term goal >>
* Throw Out Your Toothbrush, Artificial Enamel Is on the Way [Science] >>
* Genesys Teams Up With Salesforce For Customer Service >>

* As A Software Developer, How Can I Ensure I Remain Employable After Age 50? >>
* Zorro Macsk review: instantly add touchscreen functionality to your 21.5-inch iMac >>
* NASA: Warp drive is ‘plausible and worth further investigation’ >>

* First 3-D model of protein linked to human birth defects, cancer development >>
* Mice regain sense of smell with gene therapy >>
* Warp Drive May Be More Feasible Than Thought, Scientists Say >>

* Ricoh Contactless Thermal Rewritable Laser System >>
* Sperm Captured in 3D for the First Time [Video] >>
* Giant Super-Magnetic Star Has Scientists Buzzing >>

* Human-Robot Space War >>
* Reversible ‘tags’ on genes tell bees their jobs >>

* Precision motion tracking – Thousands of cells at a time >>
* Flight of The Mystery Drone: Bird ‘Bot Flew over Iraq >>
* Body Heat-Powered Drug Delivering Bandages Means No More Needles [Health] >>

* Ep. 270: Inertia >>
* Ep. 167: Future Civilizations >>
* Ep. 176: Mysteries of the Milky Way, Part 1 >>
* Ep. 175: Mysteries of the Solar System, Part 2 >>
* Ep. 145: Interstellar Travel >>
* Ep. 150: Telescopes, the Next Level >>
* Ep. 166: Multiverses >>
* Ep. 144: Space Elevators >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 September 2012 >>

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