AR 1 Camouflages Radar

By: Alex Covert - Published:   Updated: Mar 31 2011 • References: spiegel.de & coolest-gadgets
There is a man who has been contacted by the Iraqis, the Chinese, and several other world powers. Why? The German inventor, Werner Nickel, has developed a paint that can make whatever it coats invisible -- at least to radar. By applying the paint to an object -- be it a car, ship or even a house -- the object will then become completely undetectable to radar detectors.

Located somewhere in the United Arab Emirates deserts, Nickel somehow invented a magnetic particle paint.

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