posted on Dec, 20 2010 @ 02:47 PM
"And it's all because of a tiny bit of metal -- a "paddle" about the width of a human hair, an item that is incredibly small but still something
you can see with the naked eye.
UC Santa Barbara's Andrew Cleland cooled that paddle in a refrigerator, dimmed the lights and, under a special bell jar, sucked out all the air to
eliminate vibrations. He then plucked it like a tuning fork and noted that it moved and stood still at the same time.
That sounds contradictory, and it's nearly impossible to understand if your last name isn't Einstein. But it actually happened. It's a freaky fact
that's at the heart of quantum mechanics."
Sounds amazing they have a object that can be seen with the naked eye working in the quantum world. Not sure how this really relates to teleportation
though, i guess they just mean the implications because they have already teleported particles in the quantum world.