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Hmm I guess it either means this:
Object won't be detectable by radar or whatever.
Or, Object will stop sound from passing through. (Like a barrier of trees on the highway! )
Thats why I was curious about the "tuning". I just saw a show where certain types of really low frequency sound was used to locate stealth aircraft. (there were other issues like background noise etc.) Would you need a cloak made up of enough crystals to cover a wide range used.
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It does say to cloak an object from all frequencies the material needs to be ~1" thick, made up by many layers.
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