Cloaked Craft / Emitting Chemclouds / Chemical Haze 08-02-2012Chemtrail News, Featured Videos Friday, August 3rd, 2012
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Invisibility-Cloak Materials Bend Light “Backward”
for National Geographic News
August 12, 2008
Invisibility cloaks may be a bit closer to reality, researchers say, thanks to the development of two new materials that are the first to bend visible light the “wrong” way in three dimensions.
The so-called metamaterials are artificial composites designed to manipulate light in ways that natural materials can’t—in these cases by refracting it backward. (Related: “The Power of Light” in National Geographic magazine.)
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If their cloaking capabilities are fully realized, metamaterials could make an object invisible by bending light waves so that they curve around the object and then reconnect, seemingly unaltered, on the other side—similar to the way water flows around a boulder.
“Of course cloaking captures everybody’s attention, but these papers aren’t [just] about cloaking,” said Xiang Zhang, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and head of the research teams publishing related papers in two different journals this week.
“[The studies] are about the ability to engineer these material properties that never exist in nature. With that ability one can do many things, and cloaking is only one of them.”