Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Science Invented the Darkness Spell

Surrey Nanosystems has created a black that is so dark it absorbs 99.9% of the light that touches it, making it utterly invisible to the human eye. They are calling it Vantablack. It is made out of carbon nanotubes, 10,000 times smaller than a human hair, which I think is pretty small by any measure. The fabric/metal whatever it is is 10 times stronger than steel and more conductive than copper. It can be used on anything from computer chips to telescopes (reducing light and improving clarity).

So in all the Surrey has brought us a darkness that nothing we can see can penetrate, can be used in computers, to improve long distance vision and is stronger than we can fight.

So all we need is some giant super to achieve the singularity moment and we are going to have a fun ride until the end!

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