Invisibility Cloak Might Actually Be Possible

T'Generalissimo

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Well, I would go out and fight crime, of course. By the sounds of it, I would have to spend most of my time battling invisible perverts.
 

Glerken

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I don't see why men with the ability to be invisible would use it to spy on women. *shifts eyes*
It's because of a spell by a wizard alien!

Ahh I'm so happy South Park is back.
 

new_age_reject

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Technology like this has been in existence, or at least realistically theorised for years now. The problems are always that you either have to look at it from one angle, it only filters out/bends light of a certain frequency or they just simply can't make the technology big enough for practical use.
It will be a very long time before we (bearing in mind there is about a decade gap between what the government scientists create and what they publish for anything of this type) start seeing anything anywhere near usable.
 

shaboinkin

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This reminds me of this article I can across yesterday on how scientist were able to take a trillion atoms and have it be in two places at once...yay quantum mechanics!!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8570836.stm

There's the link if anyone is interested.
 

Digikid

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Oh the PRANKS I could pull!!! The possibilities are ENDLESS!!!!

MUWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

SnipErlite

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Woooo invisibility ftw.

Yes I would be incredibly illegal if I had one. We all would, I'm sure....
 

Nouw

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I could scare all the girls in my school.

"Oooooh!"

OT: I could play on the computer for as long as I want with people not knowing whats happening.
 

UltimatheChosen

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The basic impression I get of the scientist's explanation is "it has not been conclusively proven impossible-- yet".
 

Weslebear

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I would make an entire pool invisible, then swim around in it giving the appearance of floating in an empty hole. Ya' know, just for shits and giggles ^_^ x.
 

twaddle

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basically they put a giant piece of aluminum foil on a hill....


i'm sorry but with all the tech we have today i just can't believe this is the true extent of the tecknology we have. they are hiding somthing. (excuse the pun)
 

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reminds me when they did that experiment where they had a cloak and it recorded what was behind them or something and it was fairly large (bigger than a micrometer) I'll be back with a link.

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Scrythe

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I'm perhaps part of the reason why this would never be available for the regular folk.

I'd be knocking down Best Buys, GameStops and music shops like a madman.
 

Lim3

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Like most men i would find the closet women's dressing rooms.

Giggidy Goo.

Failing they i would probably pull off a few robberies.
 

NLS

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I'd probably do some illegal stuff.

Very illegal stuff >:D
 

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stonethered said:
Greyfox105 said:
Hmmm... interesting... very interesting...
Possible applications for that kind of technology... hmmm...
But, if it fell into the wrong hands...
What do you mean 'if'?
Of course it'll fall into the wrong hands. Haven't video games taught you anything about cool technology?
Yeah, it costs loads to upgrade it to any useful level :p