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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 September 2016

* I barely survived on a dinosaur planet in PlayStation VR >>
* NASA and DARPA working towards quiet supersonic planes with XPlanes >>
* Scientists ‘pickle’ and map a fly’s brain for the first time >>

* How smart materials will literally reshape the world around us >>
* Tesla is still going to win the driverless-car race >>
* Forget Mars, Why Not Colonize Venus Instead? >>

* Survival rates 10 years after cancer diagnosis predicted for first time >>
* Humans Destroyed One-Tenth Of Earth’s Wilderness In Just 2 Decades >>

* NASA tested a rocket engine — and did something unusual in the process >>
* SolarCity has a long way to go to boost rooftop solar in one of the nation’s sunniest states >>
* Skype will let you text your friends through your PC >>

* China’s Atomic Clock in Space Will Stay Accurate For a Billion Years >>
* Self-Driving Cars Coming In Months, Not Years >>
* This VR accessory lets you realistically horseback ride in your living room >>

* Elon Musk says the future of AI is in linking it to our brains >>
* Meet MOTI, a smart companion and life coach >>
* Run Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Your PC With Android-x86 6.0 >>

* SpaceX’s Mars Colonial Transporter can go “well beyond” Mars >>
* This Online Course Teaches You How to Survive on Mars >>
* Six technologies that produce clean, safe drinking water >>

* DARPA applying Artificial Intelligence for realtime cognitive electronic warfare >>
* Robot sales and growth are solid but not yet showing growth that might drive mass human unemployment >>
* Silver Nanowires and Graphene Join Forces for Touch Screen Displays >>

* How Crytek’s ‘Robinson: The Journey’ Brings the Joy of Adventure to PlayStation VR >>
* Programmers Can Examine Code Structure In VR Using ‘Primitive’ >>
* The Best Palmer Luckey Moments From Tokyo Game Show 2016 >>

* Secrets Of Success: Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life >>
* David Letterman Returns to TV for First Time Since Leaving ‘The Late Show’ >>
* Week’s Most Viewed Posts –“Mystery Alien Signal” to the “Human Quantum Brain” (Weekend Feature) >>

* Crowdfunding Replaced The Ads At A London Underground Station With Cat Photos >>
* Apple put a barometric vent in the space where the iPhone 7 headphone jack would have been >>
* Donald Trump gets the mobile game everyone imagined, and it’s amazing >>

* NASA studies Antarcticans ahead of space travel plans >>
* Video Friday: Faceless Humanoid, Robot Inside Eyeball, and Marc Raibert on Robotic Progress >>
* Playing Pong While Climbing a Wall Looks Like a Lot of Stupid Fun >>

* Watch a Train Get Assembled for the Subway >>
* Need Some AI? Yeah, There’s a Marketplace for That >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Sept 16, 2016: Universe Sandbox >>

* Incredible Images Of Mars From Earth >>
* Project Orion: A Nuclear Bomb and Rocket – All in One >>
* Have We Really Just Seen The Birth Of A Black Hole? >>

* Don’t Like Their Faces? Train Your Brain to Feel More Positive >>
* DARPA seek aerial dragnet to track drones in cities >>

* Big advances in superstrong glued wood will enable lower cost 80+ story wooden skyscrapers >>
* Solar-powered Helicopter Takes Flight >>

* Pluto Is Emitting X-Rays, and That’s Really Weird >>
* How We Swagger Speaks Volumes About Our Personalities >>
* Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Robot Grabs Gun From Suspect >>

* The Best Astronomy Images of 2016 Are Truly Out of This World >>
* Tesla: Lithium-ion battery project is world’s largest >>
* Have scientists found the cell that causes the spread of breast cancer? >>

* Jeff Bezos’s plan to see ‘trillions’ of humans spread across the solar system in nuclear-powered space ships >>
* From VERY packed public swimming pools to queues that stretch for miles: Astonishing photos reveal the daily crush in China >>
* Arctic summer sea ice melts to second lowest level ever recorded >>

* These 410 mouse genes are deadly if they mutate >>
* Peru Signals Space Ambitions with Earth-Monitoring Satellite >>
* Skynet Anti-drone Rifle Can Jam Signals In The Air >>

* Where Creativity Comes From >>
* Visualizing Polls >>
* Human Brain Map Gets a Bold New Update >>

* Holographic scans of blood find malaria in cells >>
* Rize teaches 3D printing some long-awaited new tricks >>
* DARPA wants an ‘Aerial Dragnet’ to monitor urban drone traffic >>

* How WD-40 Created a Learning-Obsessed Company Culture >>
* Highlights from Disrupt SF 2016 >>
* 23 Years Later: the Apple II Receives Another OS Update >>

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