posted on Sep, 25 2007 @ 02:37 PM
There has been talk about using high voltage induced plasma that could bend light around an object. Supposedly they are working on that kind of
technology right now for the military. Not only will it bend visible light but also microwaves including radar so radar would not display a contact.
There is even talk of using this type of technology to deflect incoming projectiles or shrapnel.
As far as existing only outside the existing spectrum, the light that an object gives off is reflected light. If nothing is reflected the object
appears black. If every wavelength is reflected it looks white. So an object will appear with or without light reflecting. If it only reflects
wavelengths outside visible, then the object would appear to us as jet black. If the object reflected decent amounts of infrared it would appear
bright on an infrared camera, but jet black to the naked eye. Working with lasers used to be my bread and butter.
I think an interesting idea is that ETs may be able to block our brain from recoginizing the object by some method, but that method does not work for
cameras. There seems to be a certain amount of reports that show up on camera but not in real life. It could just be glitches in digital camera or
abberrations on film, but who knows for sure...?