Scientists created the first Time Cloaking - a hole in time as you might want to think of it.
Invisibility cloaks are a very old fantasy thing to have. In the last couple of years scientists were actually able to create invisibility cloak experiments. Nothing even close to become a product, but in principle it works.
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The Technology Review reports now that scientists at the Cornell University created a cloak for time. The experiment shows that for a very, very short time (110 nanoseconds), time is suspended. This means anything happening in that period is not recorded. It basically never happened.
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Is this the key to time travel? The scientists refrain from guessing what their time cloak could be used for enventually - it could also be a dead end. The Technology Review does a good job explaining the Time Cloak - understandable even for non-scientists.