Tuesday, March 21, 2006

It's All Perfectly Clear

I like to shuffle through the Discovery Channel's website every couple of days. I came across an interesting little article about lasers being tuned, so to speak, to work in a way that makes the solid object it's pointed at "appear" (pun intended) to be invisible enabling the user to see beyond the solid object.

They believe that in the future they won't have to "tune" the lasers in order to do this.

Read the short article.

Pretty cool but a bit scary.
LM

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Nerf-Herders Anonymous said...

JOHNNAGE_THE_BRAVE
I came, I saw..... It was OK....

date Posted: Mar 21, 2006 7:36 PM
but if it fell into the wrong hands.....!!!

Seriously that is Ace. You could also conduct archeological surveys without disturbing or penetrating the site!

Nee Hay!





NerfHerdersAnonymous
Life, the Star Wars Universe and Everything

date Posted: Mar 21, 2006 8:21 PM
Hey Johnnage!

Yes, the proverbial "wrong hands"

You could also conduct archeological surveys without disturbing or penetrating the site!
perfect...archaeological use.



Rive Caedo
Rive's Uncharted Settlements

date Posted: Mar 21, 2006 10:53 PM
Journey to the Center of the Earth 2: Meh, who cares, let's just use a really strong laser and look at it



NerfHerdersAnonymous
Life, the Star Wars Universe and Everything

date Posted: Mar 21, 2006 11:29 PM
Journey to the Center of the Earth 2: Meh, who cares, let's just use a really strong laser and look at it
hehehe, Rive. I tell you, we're heading towards..no, we're in the infancy of the Age of Inertia.



janlomona
Smugglers Rants

date Posted: Mar 22, 2006 9:50 AM
Do you think it's possible to hide my spare tyre and over-large butt? If so, count me in because all this gym work and watching what I eat is a killer!