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'AFTER a long week at work, who wouldn’t want to push a button that will send you straight to your sofa with the remote control in arm’s reach?
In 1,000 years time, this might actually be a possibility, scientists believe.
It might sound like something straight out of science fiction, but experts are already able to teleport, reports The Sun.
Last year Canadian scientists successfully teleported tiny atoms faster than the speed of light.
But experts claim thanks to a complicated theory in quantum mechanics, entire objects and even humans can be moved in the same way.
The only thing stopping us is that it would take a humungous amount of energy and complex computing to do so.
originally posted by: bananashooter
I remember reading a old ats thread about some really old relic found in a mine that was some sort of AI.
As Saini explains in a recent TED talk, a baseball, for example, couldn’t be sent by radio waves, but all the information about it could.
If you can read what the quantum state of a baseball is in London, you could send that information around the world and imprint atoms with the same chemical elements in India, where they would be assembled to become the exact same ball.
. . . but experts are already able to teleport, reports The Sun.
originally posted by: Nitzz321
a reply to: carewemust
Isn't it what most people actually are??
SG1 doesn't use a teleporter, they use a wormhole which is different.
originally posted by: coomba98
So does that mean everytime SG1 goes through a Stargate their effectively killing themselves, and a clone is created at the other Stargate?