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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 November 2014

* First Home Iris Scanner >>
* Underwater ocean floor factory connected to a floating seastead base via a 4000 meter spiral tower >>
* Six-State Memristor Opens Door to Weird Computing >>

* This Robot Could Make Creating New Life Forms As Easy As Coding An App >>
* Timelapse: incredible satellite footage shows Earth in ultra HD >>
* Wow! Epic 4K Timelapse of Aurora Over Iceland and Greenland >>

* Mobiles and tablets have replaced the TV: People now spend THREE hours each day on mobile devices >>
* Europe Can’t Split Google In Two Anyway, These Antitrust Experts Say >>
* Connected-home Babel: There’s an app for that, startup says >>

* Gillmor Gang: Cash or Charge >>
* Are Scientists on the Cusp of Knowing How Weird We Are? >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories from Around the Web (Through Nov 22) >>

* Researchers discover a nitrogen sensor widespread in the plant kingdom >>
* Spacetime Is Not Necessarily Continuous >>
* Tiny parasitic tapeworm burrows its way through a man’s brain for FOUR YEARS >>

* Cats and athletes teach robots to fall >>
* Groundbreaking study will evaluate Ebola survivor’s blood as possible treatment >>
* We all might be living in an infinite hologram >>

* Here’s How to Know Who Your Real Friends Are >>
* Developers Attempt to Master Back to the Future Technology Before 2015 >>
* DNA nanotechnology breaking through limits to scale 1000 times larger over two years >>

* Low-cost 2D-printed ‘paper electronics’ >>
* Robotic walker helps patients regain natural gait and increases productivity of physiotherapists >>
* Inexpensive, Durable Plastic Hands Let Robots Get a Grip >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – Nov. 21, 2014 >>
* Scientists Make Gecko-Inspired Wall Climbing Adhesive >>
* How Magic Leap Is Secretly Creating a New Alternate Reality >>
* South Korea approves 4 new nuclear reactors and other global nuclear approvals and completions >>

* Robotic Taxis Could Slash Fares in Austin, Texas >>
* Video Friday: Robots at Sea, Humanoids at RoboCup, and D-RHex on Sand >>
* China and ‘one or two others’ can shut US electric grids + others >>

* Real-time Scalable Cortical Computing at 46 Giga-Synaptic OPS/Watt >>
* Zoom: How Everything Moves: From Atoms and Galaxies to Blizzards and Bees >>
* Are Telepathy Experiments Stunts, or Science? >>

* A Plumber’s Guide to Starships- Part 4 – Materials in High Radiation Environments >>
* Scientists Built Flash Storage in a Single Molecule >>
* Orion Passes Key NASA Flight Review – “GO” for Maiden Test Flight on Dec. 4 >>

* Intel offers ingenious piece of 10TB 3D NAND chippery >>
* How You Can Get Temperatures Below Absolute Zero >>
* Microsoft Rolls Out Robot Security Guards >>

* Xbox One Pizza App Allows Owners To Order Food By Simply Yelling At TV >>
* 3D Printing Help Surgeons Treat Complicated Heart Defects >>
* Makerclub Helps You Learn 3D-Printed Robotics >>

* Meet The Startup Building Drones That Could Save Lives >>
* Peering at the Future… >>
* The Future, Declassified: Megatrends That Will Undo the World Unless We Take Action >>

* Here’s what you missed at Gigaom’s ‘Future of AI’ meetup >>
* No nuclear waste: Fuel of future produced at Russia’s high-tech underground plant >>
* Summit Europe: Robots Are Still Toddlers—But They’re Growing Up Fast >>

* A world first: scientists sequence genome of tapeworm removed from man’s brain >>
* The 100 Greatest Innovations Of The Year >>
* Construction started on 100 story icicle skyscraper in China >>

* Scientists Demonstrate Brain-to-Brain Communication >>
* For The First Time Ever, Americans Spend More Time Using Mobile Devices Than TV >>
* Harvard Researchers Build $10 Robot That Can Teach Kids to Code >>

* New Security Robot Is Less RoboCop and More R2-D2 >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 22, 2014) >>
* FUTURISM UPDATE (November 21, 2014) >>

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