Sean King

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Monday, August 11, 2008

Viable Cloaking Devices?

Slashdot: "Scientists Closer To Invisibility Cloak"

UPDATE:> Daniel Wilson thinks we have a way to go yet: Blending into the visible spectrum doesn't really make you invisible. You'd still be plain as day in other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. Specifically, infrared emissions would make you an easy find for anybody with an infrared camera, as well as for deadly, heat-sensing pit vipers (such a nuisance).

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