05 January 2012

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Scientist successfully create a Time Clock which will make events invisible to eyes or camera like a clock used by Anil Kapoor in Mr.India

Scientist successfully create a Time Clock which will make events invisible to eyes or camera like a clock used by Anil Kapoor in Mr.India

Let me make it clear scientists haven’t created a device which was used by Anil Kapoor in a Movie Mr.India.

The concept is nearly same but not the exactly same. Many books and in many movies have shown such type of concepts including famous Star Treak Television series.

Or In Harry Potter Movies also we have seen invisibility magic etc.

In Movie Mr.India the father of Anil Kapoor creates a device using which one can become invisible and then he dies and in movie later Anil Kapoor gets that device and uses to fight with the criminals.

So exactly what scientists have created , they hid the event completely

It is the first time that scientists have been able to mask an event in time, a concept only
first theorized by Martin McCall, a professor of theoretical optics at Imperial College in

First time scientist have created a time masker and made an entire event impossible to see.

Just think that you are in a bank and sitting on a chair.
Later a thief comes inside the bank, he goes to cashier and takes an all the notes and he goes out of the bank with the cash.

In this event Scientist have successfully created a time master so in this even what happens is that you see nothing, you do not see the thief neither whole incident.

Complete drama of robbery or theft becomes invisible for our eyes as well as
Surveillance cameras or laser security beams.

Scientists at Cornell University achieved this for the first time for very little time.
Scientists at Cornell University hid an event for 40 trillionths of a second, according to a study appearing in Thursday's edition of the journal Nature.

How we see the events happening?

We see events happening as light from them reaches our eyes that light is a continuous flow of light.
Now however, scientists were able to interrupt that flow for just an instant.

Other scientist who created time clock move the light beams away in the traditional three dimensions.

But scientist at the Cornell University alters not where the light flows but how fast it moves, changing in the dimension of time, not space.

The scientists created a lens of not just light, but time. Their method splits light,
speeding up one part of light and slowing down another. It creates a gap and that gap is
where an event is masked.

Study co-author Moti Fridman, a physics researcher at Cornell said that
Another way to think of it is as if scientists edited or erased a split second of history. Its
as if you are watching a movie with a scene inserted that you don't see or notice. It's
there in the movie, but it's not something you saw

Fridman said that This is all happening in beams of light that move too fast for the human eye to see. Using fiber optics, the hole in time is created as light moves along inside a fiber much
thinner than a human hair. The scientists shoot the beam of light out, and then with
other beams, they create a time lens that splits the light into two different speed beams
that creates the effect of invisibility by being too fast or too slow. The whole work is a
mess of fibers on a long table and almost looks like a pile of spaghetti.

study co-author Alexander Gaeta, director of Cornell's School of Applied and Engineering Physics said that You kind of create a hole in time where an event takes place, You just don't know that anything ever happened."

Researchers at Duke University and in Germany's Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
have made progress on making an object appear invisible spatially. The earlier
invisibility cloak work bent light around an object in three dimensions.

Now slowly scientist will try to increase the time invisibility period.

The study will be published in Thursday's edition of the journal Nature.
Nature: http://www.nature.com/nature

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Kirtivasan Ganesan January 06, 2012  

Everybody do not realize that sleep is needed. Money can be stolen when we are sleeping also.
What God has given, no one can take away.
Indians have produced tantriks, black magicians, fake babas who are no lesser than these mad scientists.
If something bad is happening in front of you and you do nothing about it, then what is it? You are experiencing an invisible happening.

dennis eagle parts November 02, 2012  

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