Russian Inventor Patents Invisibility Cloak

#1
http://www.mosnews.com/news/2006/01/25/capofdarkness.shtml

Gadomsky had been long experimenting on nanoparticles of gold. Thus, he invented a sub-micron stratum of microscopical colloid golden particles that makes an object placed behind it invisible for an observer.

“Only static objects can be made invisible for the time present, as during motion a radiation frequency changes. But soon it will be possible to create a cap of darkness and a magic cloak of Harry Potter, the scientist believes.
 
#2
I've been ripped off, I invented that, put it down in the patents office and couldn't find it again..
 
#3
alcopocalypsenow said:
I've been ripped off, I invented that, put it down in the patents office and couldn't find it again..
What? The office or the cloak? :lol:
 
#4
Both, I'm sh*t at navigating unless I'm drunk, then the GPS (Geordie Positioning System) kicks in and I always wake up in bed, maybe I should patent that?
 
#5
alcopocalypsenow said:
and I always wake up in bed
....but whose bed?!? Or does it really matter? :lol:
 
#6
Well Norman, thats the problem, I could relay a story about an unfortunate urination navigation error and my in laws but I still find it embarrasing. (Oh if only I'd had my invisibility cloak that night!)
 
#7
Gadomsky had been long experimenting on nanoparticles of gold. Thus, he invented a sub-micron stratum of microscopical colloid golden particles that makes an object placed behind it invisible for an observer.
I know of a similar device which renders an object placed behind it invisible for an observer:

It's called a wall.
 

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