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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 November 2016

* Gigawatt scale solar thermal generates steam for enhanced oil recovery >>
* Developing Countries, China and Advanced Countries are in robot and automation in a race to lower manufacturing costs >>
* Rundown of World views on the Trump Presidency >>

* Zubrin improves the Spacex Mars plan and points out reusable Falcon heavy can be a globespanning rocketplane with Boeing 737 capacity >>
* Z Machine fusion adding tritium to boost power output and possible breakeven experiments in 2018 >>
* Modular Exoskeletons by WeaRobot >>

* Robotic Huey Helicopters are on the way >>
* Osram’s Laser Chip for Lidar Promises Super-Short Pulses in a Smaller Package >>
* Robot Dance Contest, 500 Drones Flying, and Steady Humanoid >>

* Foxconn’s operating profit is up on as increased deployment of robots and automation improves cost control >>
* Laser enrichment moving ahead with DOE selling 300,000 tonnes of depleted uranium to GE Hitachi Global Laser Enrichment >>
* DARPA Haptic touch Supports Improved Robotic and Prosthetic Interfaces >>

* Could these three brain regions be the seat of consciousness? >>
* Director of Fifth Element has a new SciFi movie >>
* Superconducting sensor could detect submarines by the magnetic disturbance of their wake >>

* Niche supercomputing will have multiple acceleration options but laptops and will be too troublesome for regular users >>
* Brain scan better than polygraph in spotting lies >>
* Zuckerberg Has Thought About the Election and Decided Facebook Is Not to Blame >>

* Race for wireless VR headset heats up >>
* First Peek at the DC/CW Mega-Crossover >>
* Peter Thiel to Join Trump Transition Team >>

* New Rogue One Trailer Has Vader, Hope, X-Wings, and Big Clues >>
* Mars Shows Us How Hard It Will Be to Go Where No One Has Gone Before >>
* Donald Trump’s environmental plan and more in the week that was >>

* IMAX is raising $50 million to create high-quality VR >>
* Folding electric bike will transform how you get around >>
* Robot Solves Rubik’s Cube In Less Than a Second >>

* After Trump’s Victory, Market Adds Billions To Warren Buffett’s Net Worth >>
* Oculus is bringing VR to lower-end PCs today >>
* MIT Scientists “Recycle Light” To Make The Most Efficient Light Bulb Ever >>

* The Evolution of Grandparents >>
* First home brain implant lets ‘locked-in’ woman communicate >>
* New AI-Based Search Engines are a “Game Changer” for Science Research >>

* Watch an Earth-Observing Satellite Launch Today >>
* The Grand Canyon Puts You in Touch with Time >>
* Google DeepMind is making machines ‘feel’ their way around virtual objects >>

* What Will Trump’s Space Program Look Like? >>
* A SUPER-DROUGHT on Mars may have wiped out alien life on the red planet leaving it a barren, hostile world >>

* Is this how it will end? Dark energy could cause the universe to gradually RIP itself apart until nothing remains >>
* Check out the world’s thinnest laptop >>
* First home brain implant lets ‘locked-in’ woman play games >>

* Gillmor Gang: Optimizzle >>
* Trump’s Presidency Could Upend the Way Silicon Valley Works >>
* Scientists gain a versatile, modern search engine with the AI-powered Semantic Scholar >>

* Pill Packing 100 Billion Designer Bacteria Could Be Tested Next Year >>
* Samsung sets their Eyes on a Revolutionary Holographic TV >>
* Europa Bound? –Trump’s Space Policy to “Refocus NASA Away from Mars to Explore Jupiter’s Moon With Its Vast Liquid Ocean and Potential for Life” >>

* Detector With Real-time Alert Capability Waits Patiently For Supernova Neutrinos >>
* China’s Tiangong-2 Space Lab Crew Tests Robot Tech >>
* Mars Discovery –“Weird Hot Spot for Life: Water, Heat, Nutrients” >>

* Supermoon Forecast: The Moon Hasn’t Been This Close in Almost 69 Years >>
* Google’s DeepMind AI –“Grasps Basic Laws of Physics” >>
* Nat Geo’s ‘Mars’ Miniseries Ready for Scientifically Accurate Liftoff >>

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