A Canadian says he's invented an invisibility cloak

The Current

From Claude Rains in the 1933 film "The Invisible Man" to Harry Potter at a theatre near you, the very idea of cloaking oneself in invisibility is deliciously, tempting, empowering and threatening. But forget about the movies ... let's focus on the military where the quest for invisibility opens up a world of possibilities and worries. And it is not only ongoing, it is conspiratorially difficult to pin down. One man in Maple Ridge, B.C. claims to be close, others say the science is essentially there. So how can we resist?

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