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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 November 2016

* Cars opened by selfies could soon be a thing >>
* 3D Printed Bullets Developed and Tested by Russian Researchers >>
* Gravity sensors might offer earlier warning of earthquakes >>

* Indium Selenide Takes on the Mantle of the New Wonder Material >>
* China Is Testing A New Long-range, Air-to-air Missile That Could Thwart U.S. Plans For Air Warfare >>
* To Keep The Cranberry Industry In Its Birthplace, A Farm Turns To Drones, Data, And Automation >>

* Japanese Scientists Name An Element ‘Nihonium’, Now Where Are The Rocket Punching Super Robots? >>
* Our preparation for alien contact is like ‘Neanderthals having a plan in case the US Air Force showed up’, says Seti expert >>

* Astronomers use light from X-ray source to study nearby stellar cloud >>
* Forget Building Walls, Technology Is Tearing Them Down >>
* ‘Out Of This World’ Uses For Expandable Habitats Explained By Robert Bigelow >>

* Real life robotic ball drone has been tested by US marines like devices in Jurassic World >>
* Why Southern China Broke Up Its Power Grid >>
* Thermoelectric Material in Paintable Liquid Form can go onto almost any surface to convert heat to electricity >>

* Japan’s Upgraded Mobile Mapping Technology Aims to Make Autonomous Driving Safer >>
* Wtf Are Purple Carrots And Where Did They Come From? >>
* MIT’s New Plastic Muscles Could Bring Us One Step Closer to a Real-Life Westworld >>

* Your dog can remember all those silly things you’ve done: Canines have ‘episodic’ memories, just like humans >>
* Deepest water found 1000km down, a third of way to Earth’s core >>
* SpaceX wants to launch more satellites than are already in orbit >>

* Surgeon behind world’s first human HEAD transplant says the operation could take place in the UK next year >>
* Hubble rounds up the first worlds we’ll check for alien life >>
* Gravity may have chased light in the early universe >>

* Net neutrality, beloved by Netflix, looks headed for the ax under Trump >>
* New Zealand’s 7.8 magnitude quake ripped this mountain apart by more than 30 feet >>
* Scientists discover neuron-producing stem cells in the membranes covering the brain >>

* Brain Implant Allows Paralyzed Woman to Spell Out Messages With Her Mind >>
* Wireless advances in treating spinal cord damage, morphing wings for aircraft, and the world’s tallest tropical trees >>
* How your brain tricks you into believing you’re the reasonable one >>

* Trump’s NASA looks good for human space exploration and terrible for Earth science >>
* Trump to scrap Nasa climate research in crackdown on ‘politicized science’ >>
* Donald Trump’s media summit was a ‘f−−−ing firing squad’ >>
* Donald Trump: ‘The Wind Is a Very Deceiving Thing’ >>

* Europe’s New Mars Orbiter Begins Testing Science Gear >>
* State of the Arts 2016: AI for Good & Music that Transforms >>
* Watch the Bee Movie Trailer, Except Every Word Is In Alphabetical Order >>

* How Physics Falls Apart If The EMdrive Works >>
* Luxury Dreamliner Makes Other Private Jets Look Like Garbage >>
* Prepare Your Workforce For The Automation Age >>

* Good robot design needs to be responsible, not just responsive >>
* What is 2017’s top wireless router with the fastest speeds? >>
* SpaceX wins NASA launch contract for first-ever global survey of Earth’s water >>

* Xbox One game streaming comes to Oculus Rift on December 12 >>
* The 2017 Toyota Yaris points to the future of cars >>
* Google Maps will now tell you how busy a place is in real time >>

* VR and AR Could Revolutionize Construction, But There Are Still Big Challenges >>
* Social VR: Who Is Going to Get It Right First? >>
* How VR Could Change Courtrooms (And Why There Might Be Resistance) >>

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