Where would you go and what would you do if you could be invisible for 24 houres in real world?
There are not too many places one can get to in the world in 24 hrs.
The White House, Pentagon, CIA HQ and NSA would be interesting places to visit if one was invisible.
Is one invisible in the just optical range, or infrared, UV and X-ray as well?
In any range! The way that nothing/nobody would be able to detect you.
Probably somewhere where there are girls to be honest. I'll also go to a swimming pool and go into water to see how the water get separated by my invisible body.
If I have the opportunity, in a wild forest and observe bears/birds very closely. Of course there are many other interesting places to go, but these are the firsts I have in mind.
So that would exclude having mass and matter, because one could be detected by methods using gravity or acoustics/ultrasonics. So basically one would have to be incorporeal.
Whenever I go somewhere, I like to have my body with me.
I would shrink myself to the size of an electron,have a good look around and see if I could make any sense of it all.No I wouldn't I'd go to the pub.
Surprised that nobody is not visible in Fort Knox
Nothin there 'cept the alien bodies from area 51!
If you haven't seen Derren Brown make himself invisible, here is the youtube:
Trouble with this method is you'd show up on any surveillance tapes.
Only if I could also make the gold invisible as I carried it out. I think they'd get suspicious if they saw gold bricks just up and floating out on their own.
First two things that came to mind. Gold looks more attractive
They can't do much if they confront floating knives/guns. Being invisible also means no one can catch you?
A splash of Benjamin Moore for the win!
I'd go to the metallica concert, jump up on stage and rock out with kirk hammet!
I'd do some in-depth people watching. I'd be really interested to know how people behave when they think they are alone.
That sounds like a really long episode of "Curb your Enthusiasm."
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