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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 June 2013

* NASA Developing Mining Robot for Moon, Mars >>
* New Wi-Fi enabled windows change transparency at the click of button >>
* Cellular based precise nutrition production could feed the world using a land area smaller than New York City >>

* With Waze, Google has all the pieces to win the next cycle. >>
* Sensors in Beehives May Warn of Disease >>
* 480 articles about futuristic tech in this Flipboard Mag. >>

* Laws of Physics Say Quantum Cryptography Is Unhackable. It’s Not >>
* No, This Is Not How The Human Face Might Look In 100,000 Years >>
* TV white spaces forum paves the way for wireless broadband across Africa >>

* How Technology Is Changing The Way Organizations Learn >>
* Heat-Seeking, Alien-Hunting Telescope Could Be Ready in 5 Years >>
* A Pacemaker for Your Digestive System >>

* Contact Lens Computer: Like Google Glass, without the Glasses >>
* This Trash-Sorting Robot Could Revolutionize Recycling >>
* You can predict the future, and you must >>

* Robotic bird; Robo-Raven’s extreme aerobatics fool real birds of prey >>
* Passwords – unlocking your phone by wrinkling your nose or sticking out your tongue >>
* Remote Control Your Home via Smartphone With Benki >>

* The next big national intelligence debate >>
* Controlling a flying robot with only the mind >>
* RNA and DNA precursors reated from powerful comet impacts billions of years ago >>

* First observation of ‘spin hall effect’ in a quantum gas is step toward ‘atomtronics’ >>
* Changes in China 2000, now and 2025 >>
* China’s Alzheimer’s time bomb revealed >>

* Spy program shows just how well US knows its people >>
* Do glowing house plants take gene tinkering too far? >>
* Atheists turn to science during times of stress >>

* Nuclear bomb tests reveal brain regeneration in humans >>
* Want To Know Everything About Everyone? Work the Prism For Palantir! >>
* Slo-Mo Lightning Footage Is Why High Speed Cameras Were Invented >>

* A Lego Segway Is as Ridiculously Wonderful as You’d Expect >>
* This Smart Airbus Case Could Mean You Never Lose Your Luggage Again >>
* You’ll Be Able to Buy a 3D Printer at Staples by the End of June >>

* Mars rover opportunity trekking toward more layers >>
* Passwords That Only Your Unconscious Mind Remembers >>
* Old Age Brings Happiness: Why Sixty is the New Twenty >>

* X Marks the Spot: A crowdsourced meal for 2000, plus this week’s TEDx talks >>
* Google, Facebook Founders Express Fears Over NSA Access to Verizon Data >>

* A Concise History Of The NSA’s Online Spying Program PRISM >>
* This fascinating experiment dramatically extended the lives of mice >>
* How to turn a comet into a solar probe >>

* 16-Year-Old Created $15 Cell-Phone-Sized Device That Can Detect Cancer, Explosives >>
* Inside PRISM: Why the Government Hates Encryption >>
* The Official Government Fact Sheet on What PRISM Is and Does >>

* Amazon Has a 3D Printer Section Now >>
* DNA synthesis that is 30 times cheaper.. DNA Nanotechnology >>
* ‘Anti-Gravity’ 3D Printer Uses Strands to Sculpt Shapes on Any Surface >>

* Sparks & Honey 2013 trends snapshot >>
* Humans With Amplified Intelligence Could Be More Powerful Than AI >>
* Young At Heart: Making Old Hearts Young Again >>

* 3D Printing Helps Ford Cut Production Time on Some Parts by 25% >>
* Saving the World With the Power of Ideas: A Conversation With Ramez Naam >>
* Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have Nothing to Hide >>
* Download Your Memories; Retrieve Them Later >>

* How to Incentivize Sustainability >>
* Report: Intel Is Throwing Crazy Money at Its Streaming TV Dream >>
* Holding his breath underwater for 17 minutes didn’t scare David Blaine >>

* 5 Reasons Why Apple Will Announce iRadio At Monday’s WWDC Keynote >>
* NASA’s Biggest Rocket Yet Aims for 2017 Test Flight >>
* Could Humans and Dolphins Ever Talk to Each Other? >>

* For Homebound Students, a Robot Proxy in the Classroom >>
* In Alaska’s oilfields, drones countdown to takeoff >>
* Lemelson-MIT Prize To Angela Belcher >>

* Grandma’s Experiences Leave a Mark on Your Genes >>
* Nanosponges Soak Up Toxins Released by Bacterial Infections and Venom >>

* Messier Monday: A Young Open Cluster in the Summer Triangle, M29 >>
* The Luddite secret: Immortality through reverse Singularity >>
* System Allows for Brain Activity Mapping Without Patient Cooperation >>

* Half Of Britons Will Have Cancer During Their Lifetime By 2020 >>
* A Smartphone Handheld Biosensor >>
* Analysis: Path to more data has led to real-life ‘Truman Show’ >>

* Is government data mining necessary to keep us safe? >>
* Here’s The Guy Who Spilled The Beans On The NSA >>
* Rise of the Superbugs >>

* 30 under 30: Visualizing Cells Interior Landscapes >>
* Atomic bombs help solve mystery: does the adult human brain produce new neurons? >>
* Two Ways 3D Printing is Revolutionizing the Classroom >>

* Skype co-founder reveals service’s origins as WiFi-sharing network >>
* Scientists map key memory protein >>
* Einstein’s work leads to alien planet 2,000 light-years from Earth being discovered >>

* Living off the grid getting easier >>
* Army’s new robotic bird drone is so realistic it gets attacked by hawks >>
* The Wind Power Of Tomorrow Will Use Bigger Blades And Smarter Turbines >>

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