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“…scientists had already succeeded at “spatial cloaking,” which involves bending light around an object in such a way as to make it appear invisible. Temporal cloaking involves interrupting light to create a seeming gap in time in which an event can be hidden. At this point, the time gap that the scientists created is so brief –about 50 trillionths of a second –that practical implications are barely a gleam in anyone’s eye. But the researchers are interested in trying to lengthen the amount of time a beam’s gap remains open”


Comments on: "Time Cloaking: Scientists Opened a Hidden Gap in Time" (1)

  1. Didn’t we have a similar “cloak” in the “Philadelphia Project” many years ago with unespected results?

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