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UK soldiers test out new 'invisibility cloak'

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British troops have been conducting field trials of a new type of camouflage material known as Vatec.

The revolutionary new material, which is even able to hide someone from enemies using infra-red and heat-seeking equipment, could soon become a staple battlefield accessory.

Read More: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/292742/uk-soldiers-test-out-new-invisibility-cloak

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MissJatti

What if these cloaks gone to the wrong hands.

Your house burgled and your car stolen etc etc

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LV-426

What if these cloaks gone to the wrong hands.

Your house burgled and your car stolen etc etc

If any kind of beneficial technology that could also be used for nefarious purposes was restricted, we'd still be debating whether to use fire ;)

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johnnydanger

Misjatti totally agree

What if these cloaks gone to the wrong hands.

Your house burgled and your car stolen etc etc

totally agree

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BeastieRunner

Hopefully it ends up keeping them safer.

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Patient Zero

Pretty cool!

Imagine what it will be like once perfected.

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Taun

As a long time NCO I can see the following happening:

A group of young soldiers returning from the snack bar are confronted by their SGT...

"But Sarge... We were out there testing those cloak thingies... Didn't you see us? Gee, I guess they really work!"

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Black Monk

What if these cloaks gone to the wrong hands.

Your house burgled and your car stolen etc etc

That's a weird bit of logic you have.

You could just as easily say: "What if a British Army tank got in the wrong hands?" and "What if a British Army L16A2 81mm mortar got in the wrong hands?"

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wyelander

What happens if you lose one? How will you ever find it?

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paperdyer

Misjatti totally agree

totally agree

I can see home alarm system booming. You may not be able to identify the thief but at least the Police can come and see where he is if they see and item disappearing. More elaborate systems like the old steel window slides and a few Dobermans or Rotweilers would hurt either. The dog may not be able to see the person, but at least the dog could smell the person.

What happens if you lose one? How will you ever find it?

Maybe they'll come with a clapper like for keys..
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seeder

I bought a great invisibility suit....from a Japanese website, even got a photo of me sitting on this bench

Pretty cool isnt it. I mean who'd know I was sitting there?

Park%20Bench%20Plas%201.jpg

:tu::w00t:

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paperdyer

I bought a great invisibility suit....from a Japanese website, even got a photo of me sitting on this bench

Pretty cool isnt it. I mean who'd know I was sitting there?

Park%20Bench%20Plas%201.jpg

:tu::w00t:

Pigeons
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Aardvark-DK

Proof that scientists watch too much Star Trek IMHO...

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