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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 April 2013

* This TV stinks. No, really! >>
* On The Terror of Modern Time >>
* NASA JPL controls rover with Leap Motion, shows faith in consumer hardware (video) >>

* Drones Could Rescue Drowning Victims >>
* How Science and Technology Slammed into a Wall and What We Should Do About It >>
* What would happen if the Sun just… disappeared? >>

* Domestic drones and their unique dangers >>
* Extinction May Not Be Forever >>
* HBO Says Game of Thrones Piracy Is “a Compliment” >>

* Our Sci-fi Future: Robotic Multicopters Follow Golphers With cameras >>
* What is the purpose of the Universe? Here is one possible answer. >>

* Apple’s new iPhone? Wraparound display, no buttons >>
* Electronic Implant Controls Appetite and Weight Gain >>
* The touch-screen generation >>

* Massey Lectures, “The Universe Within: From Quantum to Cosmos” >>
* Douglas Rushkoff on Singularity Podcast >>
* Using Photons for Quantum Computer Memory >>

* Ready to unlock stem cell mysteries >>
* World’s smallest blood monitoring implant >>
* Test May Predict Aggression And Violent Behavior In Boys >>

* Canadian researchers develop energy storage system >>
* One drug for many types of cancers, human trials to begin >>
* New vaccine design developed against HIV >>

* 112-million-year old mammal jaw found in Japan >>
* 2,000+ black holes kicked away from their homes now living on outskirts of Milky Way >>
* Physics demonstrations: A short discussion of the Kaye effect >>

* Bots, Bacteria, and Carbon >>
* Making Robots Mimic the Human Hand >>
* A road map: High efficiency bulk-micromegas based neutron imaging detector >>

* Radar advance: Acoustic time delay device could reduce size and cost of phased array systems >>
* Yale Researchers Ride Photons in Search of Quantum Computer >>
* BionicOpter dragonfly drone flutters about, blows minds >>

* Space Architecture And View Condos In Low Earth Orbit >>
* Why Your Next Phone Will Include Biometric Security >>
* Microsoft Worldwide Telescope brings the universe to your computer >>

* Making Robots Mimic the Human Hand >>
* Play Starcraft Using Your Eyes With This Eye-Tracker >>
* Smell-O-Vision Might Actually Be Happening >>

* Stanford researchers create genetic transistors, make biologic computing possible >>
* Inhabitat’s Week in Green: TORQ Roadster, quantum-dot solar cells and an invisibility cloak >>
* Why Your Kid Can’t Get a Job >>

* Data Is Not Killing Creativity, It’s Just Changing How We Tell Stories >>
* X Marks the Spot: This week’s TEDx Talks >>
* What would happen if the Sun just… disappeared? >>

* Scientists Built a Fake Virus Shell to Make a Sterile, Zombified Vaccine >>
* Solid State Batteries will be the successor to Lithium ion Batteries >>
* Can we predict recidivism with a brain scan? >>

* How Walks in Nature Restore the Mind >>
* How Parasites Warp the Human Mind >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day – Flying Over the Earth at Night >>

* Rational Thought Can Override a Generous Intuition >>
* Accelerating Technology Parallels Exponentially Rising Piles of Junk >>
* Making living matter programmable >>

* Thin film invisibility cloak leading to 3D camoflage and invisibility and near field sensors >>
* DNA Is The Linux Of The Natural World >>
* Carnival of Space 295 >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2013 >>

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