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How To Be Invisible With Speed

Updated on October 19, 2014

Can we become invisible ?

How to be invisible? I think many people must be questioning if this is possible in real life. Most of the people may think that to be invisible can only happen in movie or novel. For people who have watched the Invisible Man, must be thinking that to become an invisible man is just another science fiction and will never happen in real life.

If you were to ask the Scientist, they probably will tell you that if you can move as fast as light speed, you can become invisible. That is quite true that with our naked eye, we can see things that are in low motion and up to a certain frequency.

I have proved this with a simple toy that you can do it at your own place without any high-tech and complicated equipment.

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Fan become invicible
Fan become invicible

My Invisible Test (The Speed Test)

With The M & M Character Candy Fan

I bought an M & M character candy fan for my son. One day, while I was looking at it when I pressed the switch to turn the fan on. I found something interesting. The fan only has two blades.

We can see the two fan blades clearly when it stops. But when as the fan speed going faster and faster, it starts to become more transparent and finally become almost invisible to our eye. That is not up to the light speed yet as this small motor is not possible to provide such energy to turn the fan blade up to the light speed. But it is enough to make the fan blades become invisible. You can try this on any other similar fan.

How the fan blades become invisible

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The fan blades are still visible when it is not movingFan blades are still visible when it starts to move with low speedFan blades start to become blur as the speed increases.Fan blades start to become slightly invisibleFan blades become totally invisible at maximum speed.
The fan blades are still visible when it is not moving
The fan blades are still visible when it is not moving
Fan blades are still visible when it starts to move with low speed
Fan blades are still visible when it starts to move with low speed
Fan blades start to become blur as the speed increases.
Fan blades start to become blur as the speed increases.
Fan blades start to become slightly invisible
Fan blades start to become slightly invisible
Fan blades become totally invisible at maximum speed.
Fan blades become totally invisible at maximum speed.

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    • lesliesinclair profile image

      lesliesinclair 

      5 years ago

      Funny, I never thought about the way fan blades blur and seem to disappear as they spin. Thanks for sharing your connections with this.

    • adragast24 profile image

      adragast24 

      6 years ago

      Nice lens, I loved that kids video about becoming invisible. Nice find.

    • bilafond lm profile image

      bilafond lm 

      6 years ago

      Very nice. And there are some people who shirk work and yet invisible right in front of your eyes :-)

    • KandDMarketing profile image

      KandDMarketing 

      6 years ago

      Interesting ... thanks!

    • vinodkpillai lm profile image

      vinodkpillai lm 

      6 years ago

      Thought provoking! Thanks for sharing!!

    • dpgibble profile image

      dpgibble 

      6 years ago

      Police have told me about a nearly invisible car being used by drug runners at night. They finally caught the guy by analyzing traffic patterns and setting up a roadblock.

    • hubleigh profile image

      hubleigh 

      6 years ago

      If only I could figure how to spin around that fast without getting dizzy.

    • Keith J Winter profile image

      Keith Winter 

      6 years ago from Spain

      Interesting lens.

    • intermarks profile imageAUTHOR

      intermarks 

      6 years ago

      @JoshK47: Thank you very much!

    • Michey LM profile image

      Michey LM 

      6 years ago

      Very interesting, and very well explained! thanks

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      JoshK47 

      6 years ago

      Very cool lens! Thanks so much for sharing - blessed by a SquidAngel!

    • sarasentor lm profile image

      sarasentor lm 

      6 years ago

      Einstein explain it in e = mc2 theory.

    • intermarks profile imageAUTHOR

      intermarks 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Thank you!

    • allenwebstarme profile image

      allenwebstarme 

      6 years ago

      Excellent lens.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Neat little study! I love that you used a m & m fan to do this. :) Blessed!

    • eduguy1 profile image

      eduguy1 

      6 years ago

      That mini fan moves really fast. It is barely visible. That is so cool.

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      fullofshoes 

      6 years ago

      What a fun and informative lens. and unique! ~blessed~

    • intermarks profile imageAUTHOR

      intermarks 

      6 years ago

      @SteveKaye: Hi! I'm here but I am invisible. Really, it is true, or else you must be seeing me right now isn't it?

    • intermarks profile imageAUTHOR

      intermarks 

      6 years ago

      @ILoveNature: Not really....

    • intermarks profile imageAUTHOR

      intermarks 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Thanks for visiting. The idea just came when I was playing with it.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      this is interesting I've never thought about this. Nice Lens.

    • ILoveNature profile image

      ILoveNature 

      6 years ago

      Can you see Me?

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      SteveKaye 

      6 years ago

      Hi, I'm here. Yes, I'm really here, using black text so everyone can read it. Now, the big question is: Are you there?

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      acneanswers 

      6 years ago

      I'd love to be so fast I'm invisible. At the moment i most definitelt aren't

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