New Predator Type Cloaking Technology Allows Troops To Move Invisibly On Battlefield!
A new breakthrough in advanced technology is giving the U.S. Military the ability to fight in invisible Predator mode!
Throughout the years several movies have featured different types of invisible cloaking technology. Predator was one of those movies where an advanced alien possessed the ability to virtually disappear in any environment. Harry Potter was another movie icon who possessed the ability to disappear right before our eyes on the movie screen. I personally remember thinking to myself, “wow, that’s the cat’s meow! Will this stuff ever become a reality?” Years later that once fictional technology, like many others has become a very cool reality!
Footage of American soldier cloaked in the Military’s latest invisible cloaking camo, branded as Quantum Stealth Technology. Footage was captured by insurgent fighters in Iraq.
Cloaking technology has been in the works for a long, long time, but has only recently been leaked into the public domain. I’m still not sure why the technology was released, normally the government keeps technologies like this hidden from the civilian domain. They release super technologies like cloaking tech when they’re ready to be mass produced for use, or when newer technology comes along that surpasses existing technology. One thing the world elite and governments will sadly never do, is release advanced technology for the benefit of mankind and civilization.
It is said that the government and world elitists have technologies that are decades ahead of anything found in the civilian realm. Ben Rich, Director of Lockheed’s Skunk Works from 1975 to 1971 once said;
We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an Act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity…Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do.
Cloaking depends on materials known as metamaterials, metamaterials bend electromagnetic radiation around 3D objects, making them look invisible.