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Invisibility Cloaks Real Possibility, Company Claims

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December 10, 2012
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Quantum Stealth is a material made by Hyperstealth Biotechnology that the company says bends light to make the person wearing it invisible. The US military is seeking a new camouflage uniform and believes this one has potential. Patrick Jones sees many implications for this invisibility cloak.


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