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(Slash Gear)   Scientists have successfully cloaked an object perfectly for the first time. Nothing to see here, move along   (slashgear.com) divider line 5
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2012-11-12 08:44:07 AM
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The scientists were able to cloak a centimeter-scale cylinder and make it completely invisible to microwaves.

Much like the center of that frozen burrito.
2012-11-12 12:06:38 PM
3 votes:
So they claimed to make a small object invisible to an invisible spectrum of light.
2012-11-12 09:11:32 AM
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Two researchers from Duke University named David Smith, and Nathan Landy have conducted research...

So: 3 guys, 2 named David Smith and one named Nathan Landy?

// how many Bruces on staff?
// this is why commas are important
// also editors
2012-11-12 03:38:07 PM
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yeah, so it's not invisible. if a microwave can't see it, but I can, then that thing is not invisible. This is not a cloaking device.
2012-11-12 08:55:35 AM
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Sybarite: The scientists were able to cloak a centimeter-scale cylinder and make it completely invisible to microwaves.

Much like the center of that frozen burrito.


If scientists could hybridize a frozen-centered burrito with a lava-centered Hot Pocket, we might have the perfect microwavable snack.
 
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