posted on Jan, 10 2008 @ 03:10 PM
reply to post by gwhint
I don't personally have a problem with it, but I'm not sure if it's correct following of T&C's or not. I think typically you're supposed to not
branch off threads, but I have no personal attachment to my posts except the interest in discussion. I'm sure some mod will let us know
On another note, I'm not sure I understand how this would be used to redirect a beam of light from one place to another though.
When I first learned about this technology, I did think about the fact that since effectively, this makes the "Predator" invisibility armor a
scientific reality within about 10 years that there's no real reason advanced species couldn't be anywhere they'd like without being visible to our
senses. If course, that is unless they smell really bad
Kind if provides an explanation of why when logically, IMO, existence of ETs make sense, that they're so hard to confirm. If they have this
technology, which most likely any advanced species would, it would really be up to them whether or not we ever saw them.
At this point, with wireless data communication, invisibility, proof of the possibility of teleportation, quantum computing, advances in DNA, beam
weapons, etc. There's just about nothing that we think of as magic that can't be explained via technology. Of course, we haven't let go of the
stigma that anyone who believes in things we are too primitive to understand must be a loon.