Darkest Material Ever Made Of Carbon (Melanin), Absorbs 99.96% Of Visible Light

“It’s so black because the material absorbs 99.8% of light that our eyes can see.Vantablack is made of carbon nanotubes – rods of carbon that are much, much thinner than any human hair – packed so close together in a maze-like matrix that light goes in, but can’t escape.”

Melanin, also known as carbon is one of the most necessary elements for life on planet earth. It is also the black, transmutable, life-bringing, muli-dimensional super conductive substance that glazes the universe. European scientists have found a way to manipulate carbon, using its benefits for military advantages and cosmic conquests.

Surrey Nano Systems describes their product, Vantablack: “a super-black coating that holds the world record as the darkest man-made substance. It was originally developed for satellite-borne blackbody calibration systems, but its unique physical and optical properties have resulted in it finding widespread application. Vantablack is available in two versions, either directly applied to surfaces using vacuum-deposition technology or, in the case of Vantablack S-VIS, by spraying and then post-processing.

Vantablack absorbs virtually all incident light, making it ideally suited to addressing a host of light-suppression and light-management problems. It reflects so little light that it is often described as the closest thing to a black hole we’ll ever see. With such exceptionally low levels of reflectance, Vantablack produces some startling optical effects; when it’s applied to a three-dimensional object, Vantablack is so black that it becomes extremely difficult to discern any surface features, and three-dimensional objects appear to become two-dimensional.”  

Ben Jensen, the Vantablack’s chief technical officer briefly explains what the Vantablack material is and how it’s grown, “We grow the tubes like a field of carbon grass. The tubes are spaced apart. When a light particle hits the material, it gets between the tubes and bounces around, is absorbed and converted to heat. Light goes in, but it can’t get back out.” He goes on to say “Take one of the hairs on your head. Split that hair 10,000 times and one of the strands that you take away is the size of the tubes that we grow.

This material can do more then just absorb light and “be black”, it can also: maintain a high front to back thermal conduction, be unaffected by water, be shock and vibration resistant, and more. Imagine the the military advantages of having armor and weapons made of Vantablack, or other materials like it. It seems Europeans, the people most void of natural melanin (carbon) are continuing to find ways to manipulate it for the purpose of continuing the campaigns of white supremacy’.

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