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New device invisible to magnetic fields

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So in theory one could make a submarine invisible to Magnetic Anomoly Detection. In addition, a country could protect it's critical systems from the Electro Magnetic Pulse of a Nuclear blast. Very interesting...

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Now all they have to do is make a shell for all the commercial passenger plane, so that passenger will be safe in case there is a nuclear blast in say south of America. Just a frevelous thought.

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Oh great, now the most powerful men on planet will be some Comrade Commissar attached to a Chinese SSBN.

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so the military will buy this, pattent it and we will never hear from it again, and it will never be used for any healthcare or other good purpose

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Yeah american gov loves war Why don't create something to enhance life instead of destroying it? Yeah medical purposes" I read Pity I had to born in this planet!

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Kiskipuich, if you go back and read the article, you'll see that this technology was developed by scientists in Slovakia and Spain. You're entitled to your opinion, but it loses some of its value when you use something completely irrelevant to try to support it.

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Yeah american gov loves war Why don't create something to enhance life instead of destroying it? Yeah medical purposes" I read Pity I had to born in this planet!

Yeah! And guess what - I heard that the evil American military created some amazing new communication technology back in the 1960's called ARPANET! Such technology is said to have the capacity to revolutionize the entire world, but the evil American government won't release it to the public!

Boy, "Why don't they create something to enhance life instead of destroying it?"

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The invisible man is going to be reinvented.

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