Interesting. The illogical catch (which requires willing suspension of disbelief) to stories such as Well's Invisible Man is that if invisible you'd be blind since a human eye works by absorbing incoming light, not letting it through completely.A few years back I read a news story on scientists were working on a suit that would bend light around the person wearing it rendering them invisible. I think it will be some years before this is perfected.http://science.howstuffworks.com/invisibility-cloak.htmhttp://www.livescience.com/technology/061019_invisibility_cloak.htmlhttp://invisibility100.tripod.com/
They should just spend the 25 bucks and get the book.
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Probably a cover-up.
That the sight "disappeared" is demonstrable proof of the efficaciousness of the method.
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