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The Unite States Air Force Have Developed a Very Sludgy Bullet-Proof Material

 - Jun 20, 2017
References: airforce & springwise
Invented by US Air Force cadet Hayley Weir, this bullet-proof material is capable of stopping a .44 Magnum round. The goo-based armor, which is nearly finished, is made up of a sheer thickening fluid, kevlar and carbon fiber. Collaborator, Marine veteran and military academy professor Ryan Burke developed a working prototype along with Weir, which stopped bullets faster the bigger they were.

The patented bullet-proof material could be moulded to fit any shape or size, including tents and blankets. This indicates an infinite number of applications, especially considering the size of the multibillion dollar armor industry. The instantaneously hardening and super sludgy substance could also potentially be used for other uses outside of stopping bullet penetration.