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SCIENCE CLOSING IN ON INVISIBILITY CLOAK WASHINGTON – They can’t be Harry Potter yet, but scientists are moving closer to creating a real cloak of invisibility. Researchers at Duke University, who developed a material that can “cloak” an item from detection by microwaves, report that they have expanded the number of wavelengths they can block. In 2006, the team reported they had developed so-called metamaterials that could deflect microwaves around...
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Invisibility One Step Closer; Materials Redirect Light Away From Objects The Associated Press WASHINGTON – Scientists say they are a step closer to developing materials that could render people and objects invisible. Researchers have demonstrated for the first time they were able to cloak three-dimensional objects using artificially engineered materials that redirect light around the objects. Previously, they only have been able to cloak very thin two-dimensional objects. The findings,...
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UFO EXPERTS TO GATHER NEAR LAS VEGAS FOR FORUM ON ALIENS (Reno Gazette, April 30, 1993) – UFO experts have questions about captured alien spacecraft and they’re coming to a top secret government area near Las Vegas to get answers. A public forum is scheduled for today and Saturday in Rachel, Nev., located 11 miles north of a controversial military area on the Nevada Test Site known as Area 51....
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Miner Details Flying Disk Spin Into Sand MOJAVE, Cal., Aug. 19 (INS) – A grizzled desert prospector reported in Mojave that a “whizzing disc” crashed near Death Valley and that two little men jumped out and disappeared in the sand dunes, the International News Service says. The prospector, Buck Fitzgerald, who claims he has lived in the Death Valley region long enough to know a flying disc when he sees...
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PROSPECTOR CLAIMS TWO MEN FLED CRASHED DISC Mojave, Calif., Aug. 19 (INS) – A grizzled desert prospector reported in Mojave that a “whizzing disc” crashed near Death Valley and that two little men jumped out and disappeared in the sand dunes, the International News Service says. The prospector, Buck Fitzgerald, who claims he has lived in the Death Valley region long enough to know a flying disc when he sees...
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