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Subject: would highly saturated electron field invisibility work

Date: Sun Apr 23 15:53:49 2006
Posted by Michael
Grade level: nonaligned School: none
City: Gainesville State/Province: Florida Country: USA
Area of science: Physics
ID: 1145832829.Ph

I have read that electrons are able to absorb photons in the visible range of 
the electromagnetic spectrum. My theory is to use aluiminum plates attached to 
the positive wire of a high voltage generator to attract electrons off of 
other substasnces to create a constant huge electron field around the aluminum 
plates! Therefore hope fully creating an invisibility field around the plate!

Re: would highly saturated electron field invisibility work

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