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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 January 2017

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* Self-Healing Transistors for Chip-Scale Starships >>
* Hybrid cars can save fuel through nature-like algorithms >>
* Peter Diamandis Is The Author Of Technology’s Future >>

* Apps Make Pestering Congress So Easy That It Can’t Keep Up >>
* NASA’s reconfigurable radio can track planes over oceans >>
* How Taking An Acid Trip Is Answering Big Questions About Brain Function >>

* Trump’s executive order spurs Facebook and Twitter checks at the border >>
* How NASA Keeps Track of Alien Worlds >>
* Oxygen ions sent from Earth have been spotted on the moon >>

* Ancient human ancestor was a big mouth >>
* AI tracks your every move and tells your boss if you’re slacking >>
* GM and Honda partner to mass produce hydrogen fuel cells in Michigan >>

* These may be the last glasses you will ever need to buy >>
* Hybrid cars can save fuel through nature-like algorithms >>
* Web-connected medical devices are great. Unless . . . >>

* Researchers give driverless cars better cooperation skills >>
* Brain mapping could lead to better Parkinson’s treatments >>
* Deep Learning Will Radically Change the Ways We Interact with Technology >>

* Google’s Go-Playing Machine Opens the Door to Robots that Learn >>
* Update: Trump’s White House website restores judiciary page explainer >>
* India’s space agency to launch 104 satellites on one rocket >>

* Two Infants Cured of Terminal Cancer by Breakthrough Gene-Editing Therapy >>
* “Smart Needle,” the Width of a Human Hair Set to Revolutionize Brain Surgery >>
* San Francisco gets robot barista that can create the perfect cappuccino in less than minute >>

* Storing solar power increases energy consumption and emissions >>
* High blood pressure: More than 100 new genetic risk regions uncovered >>
* Substantial evidence we live in a vast and complex holographic universe >>
* “Universe Could Be a Hologram” –Rosetta Stone That Opens the Uncharted World of Quantum Gravity (VIDEO) >>

* Felines share just FIVE personality types >>
* How does Wi-Fi work at 35,000 feet and why don’t all airlines offer it? >>
* Apple was supposed to move into its new $5 billion campus this month — here’s what it looks like right now >>

* These cells may explain why smoking causes lung cancer >>
* Want to Be a Space Archaeologist? Here’s Your Chance >>
* Photoshop Creator Thomas Knoll on Subscription Software and What’s Good for Engineers >>

* Car-Sized Space Rock Gives Earth Real Close Shave | Video >>
* Under Pressure: Why Spaceflight Is So Hard on Astronauts’ Eyes >>
* What Do Employers Really Think About Online Degrees? >>

* Robo-reptiles spy on their flesh-and-blood counterparts >>
* Why the promise of big data hasn’t delivered yet >>
* Google Earnings Reveal $3.6 Billion Lost On ‘Moonshots’ In 2016 >>

* A Proposal For Juno To Observe The Volcanoes Of Io >>
* Aston Martin’s New Vanquish Volante S Is V Pretty, Supes Powerful >>
* Hummingbird-inspired wind turbines, and more in the week that was >>

* This VR paint studio allows you to collaborate live with anyone in the world >>
* The new A-Team: Agile teams of machines >>
* 5 Xprize teams are launching to the moon this year >>

* Red Aurora Over Australia >>
* Comparison Review of F-35C and Advanced Super Hornet has been Ordered >>
* Russia launching its quietest submarine >>

* Gillmor Gang: Get In Line >>
* Put People on Mars by 2033—for the Good of the Nation >>

* What To Read About Trump’s Immigration Ban >>
* After Math: Shady deals >>
* Microsoft, Uber, Apple, Google: How the tech world responded to Trump’s immigration ban >>

* Musk: Trump ban will unfairly hurt some immigrants >>
* Why Elon Musk Wants Trump to Charge a Carbon Tax >>
* Elon Musk’s private escape tunnel is a step closer to becoming a reality >>

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