'Harry Potter' Invisibility Cloak Turns Real in Texas

by Nancy Needhima on  November 14, 2011 at 11:54 PM General Health News
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The elusive invisibility coat eternalized in the pages of 'Harry Potter' strands of which has been successfully created by a physicist from the University of Dallas.
'Harry Potter' Invisibility Cloak Turns Real in Texas
'Harry Potter' Invisibility Cloak Turns Real in Texas

According to MSNBC, Ali Aliev, the researcher behind the feat, said that he was able to make the cloak using carbon nanotubes, which look like thin strands of thread.

"We really can hide objects. ... We can switch for a short moment and make it disappear," the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.

In a video posted on YouTube, the strands are seen appearing and disappearing during a demonstration in Aliev's lab.

"It's interesting for ordinary people, because usually scientists show something microsized under some microscope," he said

"But here, in real time, real objects were disappearing," he added.

Source: ANI

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