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Invisibility cloak: the klingons are amongst us!!!

gadget junkie (618542) writes | more than 5 years ago

Sci-Fi 1

gadget junkie writes "Cloaking technology has been around for some time, but today's article in the Wall Street journal makes it mainstream: cloaking, be it in the visual or in the RF spectrum, is not only possible but under advanced research and development. For a Sci-fi buff like me, this opens lots of interesting speculations. For many a decade, past war practices and technologies were "ported" into science fiction: uncountable sci-fi classic books draw on naval wars. This time, it could be the other way around.
Shall the Pentagon hire sci-fi buffs as strategists as a consequence?"

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Alas (1)

ChimneysCantTalk (1453299) | more than 5 years ago | (#27179037)

My opportunity to peek at women undressing has come!
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