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Chinese Scientists Upbeat On Development Of Invisibility Cloak



Invisibility Cloak





” Mainland scientists are increasingly confident of developing the world’s first invisibility cloak, using technology to hide objects from view and make them “disappear”.

  The central government has funded at least 40 research teams over the past three years to develop the idea, which until now has largely been the stuff of science fiction and fantasy novels like the Harry Potter series.”


This is not a good thing , at least not for most of the free world .


” The technology would have obvious military uses such as developing stealth aircraft, but Beijing believes the research could lead to wider technological breakthroughs with broader uses, scientists involved in the research said. The teams involved include researchers at Tsinghua University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

  The main approaches are developing materials that guide light away from an object, creating electromagnetic fields to bend light away from what one is trying to hide and copying nature to make hi-tech camouflage materials.”










See How Tornado Turns Debris Into Missiles


Published on May 22, 2013

” CNN’s Chris Lawrence stands next to a “tornado” at a research facility where they put tornado shelters to the test. For more CNN videos, visit our site at http://www.cnn.com/video/

Disagree and you are racist . Where have I heard that before ? Oh yeah , just about everywhere for the past 4 years . I think  that the left have maxed out their credit on the race card . 

And by the way , if it is racist to vote AGAINST someone based on melanin content then isn’t it just as racist to vote FOR someone on that same basis ? Just asking …

   ” Barack Obama won the 2008 election in an electoral vote landslide, but racism darn near cost him the election – and if he loses this year, its because: racism, says a doctoral candidate at Harvard University.

Google search data proves it, says Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, who is a candidate for a Ph.D. in economics, and wrote a post for the New York Times’ “Campaign Stops” blog entitled “How Racist Are We? Ask Google.” Unfortunately, the study is a classic case of confusing correlation with causation.”

  ” Before getting into the details, let’s stipulate: There is no doubt that, somewhere in America, there are some people who voted against Obama because he is black. But not many – certainly not enough to cost Obama the election, which he won with a hair under 53 percent of the vote, which is 10 points more than Bill Clinton got in 1992.”