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Thursday, October 26, 2006


Wouldn't it be nice to be invisible sometimes?

You know, like a fly on the wall that can see who's doing what behind your back. Wouldn't it be great to be able to disappear when you see someone approaching you'd rather avoid?

Well, it seems scientists have developed a way to cloak things at Duke University. It works like a mirage, where heat causes the bending of light rays, to block out the road ahead behind an image of the sky.

Then again, nature has done a pretty good job of letting some species blend in with their surroundings, like this stick bug (I guess that's what you call it).

Sometimes it's good to blend in, staying under the radar of hungry predators wanting to end your existence.

OK, Capt. Kirks, what would you do if you could be invisible?


Anonymous allgone said...

looks like all bloggers have invisible comments on this one.

Fri Oct 27, 03:25:00 PM  
Anonymous proofreader said...

go up for second helpings at the all-u-can-eat buffet..and still go to the beach in my plus-size bikini!

Fri Oct 27, 06:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Casper said...

Invisible? Hell,ain't nothin' new!
Didn't Topper have dead,invisible(seen only to him) relatives?
I'd be gettin in a heap of trouble if I were invisible! Hoo Boy Jethro!
Why,there's no telling what I'd do to that Ellie Mae Clampett!

Fri Oct 27, 08:35:00 PM  
Anonymous overthehill said...

no one pays any attention to me anyway, so i'm already invisible.

Fri Oct 27, 09:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Hartster said...

Avoid editors when deadline looms. [grin, duck, run like h--l]

Sat Oct 28, 02:55:00 PM  
Anonymous creeping peeper. said...

Definately, girls locker rooms and government espionage.

Tue Oct 31, 01:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Downer said...

It would be a very lonely existance because you would find out about the true nature of all those close to you. Some things are better off left unknown.

Thu Nov 02, 01:31:00 AM  

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