Friday, November 5, 2010

Scientists Announce Development of 'Invisibility Cloak' Fabric

A University of St Andrews research team has produced a smart fabric that can bend light around a wearer rendering them invisible.

A Spokesperson announced that recent tests of the “invisibility cloak material” were an astounding success that will be the catalyst for significant changes in all facets of society.  In additions to the obvious espionage potential they also see a place for the material in everyday society. 

“Just imagine, now husbands can spend time in their favorite sports bar without fear of being caught by their spouse.”

When asked about plans for a demonstration, he admitted that they can’t seem to find the test fabric right now but confidently assured all that it’s here somewhere.

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