Science & Art - Gr 12
posted by Josh on .
Invisibility. I've been reading all over the place about this, but mostly sensational. Some, however, state that the Government has been working on a sort of "invisibility cloat" for military, air force and marine tactics. But get this, it works on the basis that "light can be bent" ....
Insane hey!?! What are some of your professional thoughts about this? I am VERY interested to hear? And what would it take to say render myself completely invisible? --
Ok, I heard that the current technology isn't that advanced. That they can only render a cylindrical type object invisible.
BTW - The cloak works like this, if one can bend light around an object the objects is rendered invisible.
Does anyone know some of the physics behind this or is it too advanced?
Give us a chance. Jiskha has several physics instructors, but they are not online 24/7. Your assumption that this is too advanced is rather arrogant, especially considering that you posted this last question just 11 minutes after your first.
You might want to post this as a physics question.
Hi Ms. Sue,
I am not a frequenter of Jiskha, and not that familiar with how it works. So please bear with me. Having said that, thanks for the input.