Sure. If you had the right equipment you could break it down to a particle that is not visible to the human eye. I'm assuming you mean "invisible to the human eye". If you mean "invisible to any known scientific instrument" then your question is metaphysical in nature. If one believes there are "things" out there that cannot be measured (as do quantum physicist), the answer is that invisible "things" already exit. In any case it's a fascinating subject I often enjoy writing about on HP.
Invisibility to human sight is not difficult. Our eyes are not very perceptive and there are a plethora of examples in the animal kingdom of more advanced eyesight. We cannot see radiation, microwaves, gamma rays and all kinds of other thigns that can kill us.
Military engineers have already developed suits which can make vehicles and humans invisible to the human eye. Basically, a suit full of fiberoptics takes the image behind the wearer and projects that image to his/her front; which looks something similar to the creature in the Predator movies.
You may also want to look up the Philadelphia Experiment, which was rumored to have made a navy ship invisible...and a whole bunch of other crazy stuff.
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