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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 April 2015

* Human volunteer for Head transplant surgery >>
* Something weird happens to your brain when you start improvising >>
* A Connected Planet, Digital Telepathy And Other Passions Of Ramez Naam >>

* Stanford develops 3D nanometer scale imaging with cathodoluminescence tomography >>
* First Hologram Protest in History Held Against Spain’s Gag Law >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – April 10, 2015 >>

* Turn Your Smartphone Into A Particle Detector For Cosmic Rays >>
* Hillary Clinton just announced her presidential run on YouTube >>
* US nuclear fears block Intel China supercomputer update >>

* Planes Without Pilots >>
* SpaceX Falcon 9 and Dragon CRS-6 set for April 13, Historic Landing Attempt >>
* Sensors and longer range weapons means speed and dogfighting don’t matter and the future could be a Thunderbird 2 like modular battleplane >>

* How Artificial Intelligence Will Eliminate Need For Vast Majority Of Insurance Agents >>
* For easy and modular upgradability the next US bomber needs to be like the Tesla electric car and the Google Ara smartphone >>

* At least ten planets, moons and dwarf planets have liquid oceans in our solar system and they likely have at least microbial life >>
* System Medicine and Medical Care Hub Creating the Global Standard for Health and Longevity >>

* Understanding how complex carbon nanostructures form >>
* Graphene promising for future high-efficiency spintronic processors >>
* Video Friday: Robot Sword Fights, MIT Basement Racing, and RoboGames >>

* IBM’s Watson Could Make a Knowledgeable Tour Guide >>
* One Game That Actually Learns The Right Things From Movies >>
* The PC market is shrinking again as companies stop upgrading >>

* Fixed-broadband subscribers to hit one billion mark by 2019 >>
* What The ‘Game Of Thrones’ Leaked Episodes Mean For HBO >>
* Watch DARPA Artificial Intelligence Search For Crime On the “Dark Web” >>

* Google Battles For Better Batteries >>
* WSJ: Google’s X lab is working on batteries that last longer >>
* Recommended Reading: The internet can’t handle streaming big TV events >>

* Nokia Networks Demonstrates 5G Mobile Speeds Running At 10Gbps Via 73GHz >>
* New telescope will be a high-resolution window to the universe >>

* Amazon Gets Approval To Test New Delivery Drones >>
* A cybercrime wave is coming – brace yourself >>
* Why Does Scratching an Itch Make It Itchier? >>

* Small but mighty vehicle engines are picking up speed >>
* We Wish This Were Real: A Pet Seat For Your Roomba >>
* What happens to your brain and body when you drink >>

* How Elon Musk and SpaceX plan to drastically reduce the cost of space flight >>
* The 15 most high-tech guns in the world >>

* The Apple Watch has a unique signalling ability that will ensure it is a massive success >>
* The cat is definitely going down the stairs — here’s how you can tell >>
* What Happens When You Get The Wrong Blood Type? >>

* 65-year-old mother of 13 is pregnant with quadruplets >>
* Virtual nose keeps gamers from feeling sick >>
* Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Powered Weather Station >>

* Amazon, Google and More Are Drawn to Home Services Market >>
* Nissan and AT&T are connecting more cars, new or old >>
* Smartphones can give early warning of quakes >>

* 12 Ways Humanity Could Destroy The Entire Solar System >>
* Solid-phase synthesis of custom-made DNA nanotubes >>
* Our star is five billion years younger than most in the Milky Way >>

* First look at ‘wasabi receptor’ brings insights for pain drug development >>
* Here’s How We Can Reinvent the Classroom for the Digital Age >>
* Boeing’s new patent might actually help you sleep on planes >>

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