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Instant Index: Scientists Make 'Invisibility Cloak' a Reality

Diane Sawyer reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
1:25 | 03/27/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Scientists Make 'Invisibility Cloak' a Reality
Our instant index tonight starts with something for all the frustrated boy wizards out there everywhere. You'll remember harry potter got that mysterious cloak. Whoa! My body's gone! I know what that is. That's an invisibility cloak. We learned today that scientists at the university of texas in austin are on their way to a real invisibility cloak. It's made of a kind of copper fishnet that cancels out light waves. Right now they say it only works in microwave light, but ultimately they're on their way to a cloak that will work in bread daylight. And we think hogwarts would be proud. And across the globe, a celebration in technicolor. Images streaming in from around the planet where millions are celebrating the hindu festival upon holy. You paint your friends with neon color powder and water balloons and the rainbow effect marks the start of spring and the triumph of good over evil. This just in after weeks of speculation. Ash gee judd has decided he will not run for senate against mitch McCONNELL. Late today the actress tweeted, I realize my responsibilities and energy at this time need to be focused on my family.

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