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Chinese Physicists Smash Distance Record For Teleportation

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posted on May, 13 2012 @ 06:15 PM
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hyper links to perform super fast data transmission been one among most desirable achievements
but keep breathing, Amici
quantum entanglement is very unstable thinge: link can've a sudden death. Secrecy?
Mother - Universe is Hyper-Dimensional Space, so the same data may be caught by myriads upon myriads ways




posted on May, 13 2012 @ 06:17 PM
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Internet would be rather Faster



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 06:22 PM
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When do I get this?!

Eat your heart out Roddenbury

You know, when I read info like this, I often wonder how limited our imagination is. We think, oh, in like 200 or so years, we will have this, or that (random super wild idea), then we accomplish it like 20 or so years later.

Look at star trek (original). With the exception of warp drive and teleporters, we have already pretty much surpassed most of the tech they thought of..and that was supposedly what, 300 years in the future?

Gotta love science.



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 06:24 PM
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Originally posted by redhorse
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I will get excited when they can teleport something that actually has mass.


I think your missing a massive application already. lag free communication no matter where your at. Be it a town over, or on the far side of the galaxy. Very practical in space exploration amongst other things.



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 06:30 PM
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The idea of encrypted communication by way of quantum entanglement is one of the key tenants of the storyline in the science fiction novel trilogy, "The Rho Agenda" by Richard Phillips. It's no surprise that Richard Phillips is a former Army Ranger and Lawrence Livermore Physicist. It just begs the question, if this is public domain, then how far ahead of this curve is the reality represented by the breakaway civilization that I believe exists as a result of the technologies possessed and obfuscated from the public domain by the powers that be.



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 08:41 PM
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I believe exists as a result of the technologies possessed and obfuscated from the public domain by the powers that be.

if no secret, how dost ye think who they're, "the powers that be", in a little bit more details?



posted on May, 14 2012 @ 03:22 AM
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We still need a tricorder and overall better medical stuff. Cancer cures or better treatments, stasis etc and laser (or were they called phaser) guns!
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posted on May, 14 2012 @ 04:10 AM
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It's a knock-off.



posted on May, 14 2012 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by shadowland8
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We still need a tricorder and overall better medical stuff. Cancer cures or better treatments, stasis etc and laser (or were they called phaser) guns!
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Tricorder = ipad (or iphone) with the new fancy tere-tech coming out soon
Examples here (see through walls with your cell phone)

But don't take every single thing on old school star trek as a roadmap to be followed exactly, it is a hint..frankly, we can do much, much better.

Medical is lagging, gadgets are surpassing, its a balancing act, but here is the thing
Star Trek had old people...hundreds upon hundreds of years from now...old people...

nope

Even if we only live to 120 max, give it 50 years and there will be such easy to come by treatments, tech, and such that "looking" old will be pure choice. All governments of the world have a vested interest in keeping people young, healthy, and working until they drop dead...old people are sponges...so its of world interest to get, not immortality, but a youth till death thing fast tracked.

Lots of sci-fi is short sighted based on what we think today and what can be achievable in about 15 or so years...they have a distinct inability to truely sit down and discuss socio-economics of our reality...so, we come up with mostly mini gadget future inspiration verses a truely thought out direction we are heading.

Want cowboys and indians in space style fantasy, watch star trek, want sci-fi, listen to kurzweil or the like.



posted on May, 14 2012 @ 05:46 PM
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Many of the scientific claims from Asia have turned out to be excrement. Until it is done in several locations I'm more apt to believe this is a stunt from the gov't controlled Chinese media. Will they break out the psychic teleporters next?


Derek



posted on May, 15 2012 @ 01:21 AM
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So basically the Chinese are working to get rid of MMORPG latency issues. Interesting...



posted on May, 15 2012 @ 11:03 AM
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+1 Anything above 100ms is considered the lag zone. No wonder they wanted newer forms of communication.



posted on May, 17 2012 @ 11:36 AM
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First Observation of Hawking Radiation
Hawking predicted it in 1974. Now physicists say they've seen it for the first time.

09/27/2010
Today, Franco Belgiorno at the University of Milan and a few buddies say they've produced Hawking radiation by firing an intense laser pulse through a so-called nonlinear material, that is one in which the light itself changes the refractive index of the medium. As the pulse moves through the material, so too does the change in refractive index, creating a kind of bow wave in which the refractive index is much higher than the surrounding material. This increase in refractive index causes any light heading into it to slow down. "By choosing appropriate conditions, it is possible to bring the light waves to a standstill," say Belgiono and co. This creates a horizon beyond which light cannot penetrate, what physicists call a white hole event horizon, the inverse of a black hole. White holes aren't so different to black holes (in fact Hawking argues that they are formally equivalent). And it's not hard to imagine what happens to particle pairs that form at this type of horizon. If one of the pair crosses the horizon, it can make no headway and so becomes trapped. The other is free to go. So the horizon ought to look as if it is generating quantum particles.


www.technologyreview.com...

This would suggest that if it is possible to bring light to an ultimate stand still, that we could create a "Star Trek" pattern buffer, using a quantum computer, crunching bit by bit, to hold an object in limbo (i.e. a human being), trapping the human within a stable field of light, or at least designating a target. Programming the computer to read the object/material within said light as an equal, certain principle of matter. Then opening an artificially created micro white hole, "tricking it into believing its received an object at it's event horizon (unused light/material/energy of some sort), we could ultimately transport information in a quantum bit materialized form instantaneously to the other end of the micro white hole.
They explain that when one particle pair is added to the event horizon (unimportant light/material/energy), that the other pair is aloud to go free. I postulate we could find a way to use the quantum particle elements of white or black holes in such a way, that we could use it as a makeshift teleporter, or a stargate of some type. Of course theoretical quantum physics haven't come to this point yet, but we are making headway! As we're finding out about all of these quantum entanglement theories and rhetoric's, and a new age of physics, studying the natural ways of the universe, like black holes and dark matter, will most definitely finish the mystery off of what is ultimately possible when it comes to "Trek Tech."



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