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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 July 2017

* A satellite captured a video of its fellow satellites rocketing to space >>
* This Image Is Why Self-Driving Cars Come Loaded with Many Types of Sensors >>
* First controlled vertical manipulation of a single H atom with AFM tip >>

* Chemicals lurking in household dust may prime cells to store fat >>
* Plastic drinking straws make walking insect like robots at Harvard >>
* As California’s labor shortage grows, farmers race to replace workers with robots >>

* How Blowing Up Atoms Could Revolutionize Cosmology >>
* Robot May Have Found First Melted Nuclear Fuel Deposits At Fukushima >>
* New colour-changing sensor can identify different alcohols >>

* This startup wants to replace your office with 3D holograms >>
* Turn Off Your Push Notifications. All Of Them >>
* Weird Quantum Discovery Says Pushing Particles Forward Can Make Them Go Backward >>

* This new $125,000 tiny home can be moved with its owners >>
* Volcano Sharks –“Little is Known About This Phenomenon” >>
* The World’s Vanishing Corals Reefs –“Rainforests of the Sea” >>

* Netflix just secretly won San Diego Comic-Con >>
* Thor: Ragnarok: Cate Blanchett says her kids inspired her to play the villain >>
* The Stakes Are Raised For Supergirl Season 3 >>
* The Big Bang Theory Season 11: Amy Might Say ‘no’ To Sheldon’s Proposal Says Mayim Bialik >>
* The 100’ Season 5 Spoilers: Ep Discusses Prison Ship, Reveals Details About The Passengers And Their History >>

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