Hi folks. I'm a novelist working on a story that could use a physicist's help. Unfortunately, I know nothing about physics (I was an English major, as you might expect)! One of the characters in my new story has the ability to turn invisible. I would like to have a plausible explanation for this ability, something that goes beyond drinking a serum or hiding under an "invisibility cloak." I thought perhaps I could do something with the way others see the character, such as his body does not reflect light the way other objects do. OR perhaps he can exist in another dimension and move back and forth in space (this seems the most promising). OR perhaps he can "vibrate" to the point of invisibility through speed. That's what I have so far. A friend mentioned string theory and gravitons might help, but I don't know enough to even explore that. Also, if there is a way to make his clothes invisible as well, that is a plus, but I suspect that would create other problems. This is not an invisible man story, nor a work of science fiction. It's a more mainstream take on special talents. But I would like the science to feel true and plausible. I do realize this all sounds a bit out of left field. Any help or suggestions on where else to look/research would be greatly appreciated! Many thanks.