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Scientists invent invisibility

akshatp

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Originally posted by: Canai
scientits = tits for science = where do I sign up?
LOL

I shoul dhave known that I wouldn't be the first to pick up on the mis spelling in the topic.
 

Sqube

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What would I want with invisible scientits?

The visible ones are what I need!
 

her209

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X-ray vision > Invisibility

But in all seriousness, since the light is bent around the object, wouldn't the cloakee esentially be blind?
 

her209

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Originally posted by: her209
But in all seriousness, since the light is bent around the object, wouldn't the cloakee esentially be blind?
So am I right?
 

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