Pentagon Scientists Use ‘Time Hole’ to Make Events Disappear

Well…. it’s finally making the media folks. I head about light bending ultra thin material that was being tested to “camouflage” soldiers and equipment but this is taking it to a whole new level! has an article which states that scientists have succeeded in masking an event. This isn’t just a single soldier that can’t be seen because the light around the soldier was bent…. This is an entire series of events that happened, were not seen, and now didn’t happen.


Masking an object entails bending light around that object. If the light doesn’t actually hit an object, then that object won’t be visible to the human eye.

Where events are concerned, concealment relies on changing the speed of light. Light that’s emitted from actions, as they happen, is what allows us to see those actions happen. Usually, that light comes in a constant flow. What Cornell researchers did, in simple terms, is tweak that ongoing flow of light — just for a mere iota of time — so that an event could transpire without being observable.

The entire experiment occurred inside a fiber optics cable. Researchers passed a beam of green light down the cable, and had it move through a lens that split the light into two frequencies, one moving slowly and the other faster. As that was happening, they shot a red laser through the beams. Since the laser “shooting” occurred during a teeny, tiny time gap, it was imperceptible.

The Ministry of Truth (George Orwell’s “1984”) is coming folks. Pretty soon we will have never had any conflicts with Iraq or Osama Binladen, it will have always been Iran…..

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