Friday, May 26, 2006



Anonymous spinn said...

I've often wondered about this concept. Say you have an invisible sphere; for this to work, if a ray of light hits hear its edge, it has to shuttle the light slightly around the curve and send it off with the same entry angle; if a ray of light hits near the center, it has to shuttle the light around half the curcumference of the curve and then send it off in the same way.

I just can't imagine how they'd compute such a thing. I mean part of it is that it's not a "cloak", I suppose. But to work properly, every point of the cloak would have to have access to every other point, and every point would have to have the ability to project lightward out in any direction. Wish I knew enough science to comprehend how such a thing could be possible.

5/26/2006 01:03:00 PM  
Blogger Joe said...

Call me when they discover Elven boots.

5/28/2006 08:36:00 PM  

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