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Humans can apparently see the invisible. This is how

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Flight. 

The coolest super power is flight. Right? 

Sure, super strength would be pretty handy (finally able to open that Branston Pickle jar that's been in the cupboard since 2007), and super speed could be really helpful on the commute, but we all really want to fly, don't we?

Only creeps want invisibility. Nothing good happens when you're invisible: you just get to do and see things without others seeing you, which is just... sinister. 

Also, it turns out that humans can actually see the invisible - a super power we didn't know we had until watched this informative short from the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

Your move, Invisible Man. 

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