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a real invisiability cloak?

Jessica Sant
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Japanese Scientist Invents Invisibility Cloak

this is dated may/2004.... the videos are impressive, is it legit?
Mark Spritzler
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Yes it is, i saw it way back then on Countdown with Keith Oberman(sp). It was pretty cool.

Mark


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Gerald Davis
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I am not even ganna bother with this link. It will only be a disappointemnt.
Mark Spritzler
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Originally posted by Gerald Davis:
I am not even ganna bother with this link. It will only be a disappointemnt.


It's just different that what you'd expect, basically, if I recall, a camera shots whats behind you and displays it in front, but it actually works and not something that is cheesy.

Mark
Nick George
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but then how do the ones where he ses his bones work?
[ January 28, 2006: Message edited by: Nick George ]

I've heard it takes forever to grow a woman from the ground
Chris Baron
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Hmmm, the skeleton's eyeholes don't fit...
Stan James
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Does he know there is a zombie skeleton standing behind him?


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