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An alleged naval military experiment at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Pennsylvania, in October, 1943, in which the destroyer USS Eldridge was to be rendered invisible (i.e., cloaked) to human observers for a brief period of time
As cliche builds upon cliche in a story that combines found footage with an actual real life puzzle, we get conspiracy theory, mystery, reference to UFOs, talk of Yeti, evidence of military cover-up AND elements of The Philadelphia Experiment.
URI CAINE Solitaire, Bedrock and Rio (All Winter & Winter); The Philadelphia Experiment (Ropeadope): The 'hardest working man in show business' tag should surely currently go to pianist Uri Caine who has no fewer than four new discs going into the shops over the next couple of weeks.
What Youth Voices and the Philadelphia experiment show is that once you probe, get past young people's suspicion of politicians, explore issues on their terms, they exhibit a core of civic concern as strong as any generation's.
The Philadelphia Experiment -- An alleged government-sponsored experiment said to have taken place in late 1943, The Philadelphia Experiment purportedly used electromagnetic radiation and gravity to make a naval ship temporarily disappear off the Atlantic coast.
The Czech Symphony Orchestra plays 38 sci-fi themes, including Terminator, Star Trek, Batman and Superman, plus some a little more obscure, such as The Philadelphia Experiment and My Stepmother Is An Alien.