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Scientists Are Closer to Invisibility Material

Would You Want Invisibility Clothing?

Word is we're getting closer to creating invisibility clothing — way cool.


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Pallas-Athena Pallas-Athena 8 years
I think that invisibility will only increase the chance of more terrorism and crime and cheating. I think it is a horrible idea and while little kids and some adults may want to live in a fantasy world and hope this happens, it is better off in the books and on television.
Wicked Wicked 8 years
Definitely won't be cheap so no. The first time I read it I thought it said "invisible clothing." That would be a rip off.
fashion4ward fashion4ward 8 years
Quite puzzling...
magickalrealism magickalrealism 8 years
I can see a whole lot of things going wrong - are you liable for hitting a pedestrian when the pedestrian's invisible?
chiquita29 chiquita29 8 years
What will they come up with next? I'd hate for this to fall into the wrong hands.
superjules superjules 8 years
I imagine this is going to be used for military purposes and not for everyday street wear. The Department of Defense has been working on this technology for many years. They're not going to hand it over to Michael Kors any time soon.
Anniina Anniina 8 years
Gimme! Want it!
austerity austerity 8 years
Actually, I would like to wear it to stay AWAY from such rapists. Returning from work or class late at night, I've had quite some 'I need to get out of here'-moments.
sldc sldc 8 years
I am sure rapists and other criminals would love invisible clothing. I think the cons outweigh the pros.
SomethingWicked SomethingWicked 8 years
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 8 years
Considering what it could be used, I think it's a terrible idea. And I also don't think it's for fashion purposes.
brutalcupcake brutalcupcake 8 years
Lol I don't understand how it works...
emalove emalove 8 years
Pretty cool!
RoyalBlueMoss RoyalBlueMoss 8 years
WTF? You mean clothes that make you literally invisible? So people can't see you when you're wearing them? That can't be right.... and if so no, this is a bad idea.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
julieulie julieulie 8 years
Let's be realistic here.. I don't think they're going to be using this technology for fashion (or lack thereof) purposes!
haphazardness haphazardness 8 years
PRO: If your normal clothing was invisible, people would look at your face. There would be less prejudice based on appearance, and people would look at your expessions as there would be no body language. CON: Criminals might take advantage of it, and commit crimes for which they could not be identified. Items could also be hidden by having clothing thrown over them- and you wouldn't even know the clothing was there to look under it.
KathleenxCouture KathleenxCouture 8 years
YES! I wanna be like Harry Potter! lol
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