[teleportation] We can move atoms by telepotation[cooltech] (27)

1 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-10-06 22:35 ID:1wWMU7Jg

2 Name: Schmome : 2006-10-07 13:03 ID:E/i6/DLp

Is there any more on this experiment? Really cool, good find.

3 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-10-09 10:42 ID:kP6KP6WB

niiiiiice! maybe in a couple of decades, my son won't be late for school \o/ but for me is a lost case /o\

4 Name: z : 2006-11-20 10:53 ID:VMkjhUyc

If teleportation is moving an object to another location, then teleportation implies that you move an object faster than the speed of light and it therefor cant be seen.

But if not, it implies that you copy all the atoms/quarks, delete them and then "Paste" them (ctrl+x > ctrl+v) in another location making it not the same object, but a direct copy of it.

What would this mean to teleport a human being.. would this human be the same human that left spot A or would he/she be an copy. Would he/she become an exact clone without even knowing it?

I think the ctrl+x ctrl+v theory is more likely because if you move an object faster than light, how can you move it through walls and how can you calculate the destination?

5 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-11-20 19:18 ID:n15jMXnj

"faster than light"?

6 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-11-20 19:24 ID:3iTsLZbM

you bend space-time omg

7 Name: Not Niels Boehr : 2006-11-25 00:18 ID:ksLItKgq

The Nobel Prize winning physicist Niels Boehr once said that matter can exist as either waves or particles. This is the key to teleportation.

We treat light as either waves or particles using our current technology... just look at telecommunications. We treat light as a particle and send it through fibers to reassemble all of the various 'colors' on the other side. Waves would interfere with one-another in the transmission... particles would not!


8 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-11-25 02:34 ID:F8Udo/eN


No, you are definitely not Niels Bohr. Almost every sentence you said is wrong.

9 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-11-26 04:24 ID:VedzLY8N


Who said you had to move faster than light? Convert the matter into something else and transfer that.

For example.. convert a human being into something that can be sent down a cable. Once you can do that lay cables across the globe. Then you can teleport people all over.

I'm sorry but you're never going to have what you see in Sci-fi or Star Trek.

10 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-11-26 22:44 ID:Heaven

if you can convert a human being into something that can be sent through a cable, you can probably convert a human being into something that can be sent via radio waves. that's getting pretty close to what you see in some sci-fi... not quite star trek, though. you'd still need something on the receiving end to convert the person back.

11 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-11-26 23:40 ID:VedzLY8N


Except Radio waves go in all directions and continue going even when they're recieved. Unless you want clones of yourself or a radio wave version of yourself transmitting through space for all eternity you'll avoid being converted into something like radio waves.

Lets not forget the problem with some material causing the radio waves to bounce or weaken. So now you're broken up into different pieces or a part of you is too weak to recieve.

Much simpler to just use some sort of cable.

12 Name: Scotty : 2006-11-29 15:50 ID:1wWMU7Jg

What about something like a "laser"

I think they just turned the Cs cloud into a copy via collecting data and transmitting it, so in theory, any data transmission method could be used, including laser pulses. I'm pretty sure that in networked data transmission, information can be sent via laser through open air. You do need a clear line-of-sight, so no transporting into caves/houses/thick forests.

But seeing as they'd need a computer, I'm not riding. To many nasty viruses. Imagine a Anna Kornakova virus that actually turns you into Anna Kornakova...

13 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-03 16:40 ID:RujTYf/O

Hell still be late if he doesnt wake up. Nice, i`ve never used /o\ before.

I still dont understand the need for teleportation. Even if it does make travel shorter, it wont make our life easier/happier. You see how we are made to do more work in shorter time to keep up with the latest technology? I don`t understand people.

Time consuming work >> Ideas for new technology >> Breakthrough

>> Decreased worktime >> Idea for more work per time span

>> More work >> Less free time (which beats the purpose of the breakthrough)

So are we making new technologies to help us with our work, or are we actually adding more to our lo..... oops off-topic.

14 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-03 20:56 ID:Heaven

> I still don't understand

Actually, I think you could just have stopped there.

15 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-09 02:05 ID:sncktFbJ

If we ever do someday have the technology to teleport human beings, then we will very easily be able to test whether our human mind manifests from the particles of our brain, or by some other means. That will be very good to know.

16 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-09 03:34 ID:n15jMXnj


17 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-10 04:46 ID:Ukp85OKc

You know if you travel more than 12 miles per hour, your souls can't catch up with you and you lose your soul. I am betting most of you have lost your souls already, so you don't need teleportation to help you with that.

18 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-10 15:03 ID:n15jMXnj


If I have lost my "soul", who is this "I" who is thinking right now?

19 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-12 18:15 ID:kJ8dPe+I

There is no soul

20 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2006-12-12 18:56 ID:n15jMXnj

>>19 Define "soul".

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22 Name: Lawrence USA : 2007-01-05 05:32 ID:2rfWSCvs

Even if we could transfer atoms into a frequency anything from 1 MHz up to the range of gamma rays those frequency's while moving at the speed of light will still run into extra particles in the way. Think of it this way. Why do Radio and even light transmissions have a limit as to how far they can go? This is because of the fact that there are other atoms in the way. Even in the Huge gaps in between galaxys ( if the big bang theory is correct) There still should be random particles in the way to Create a maximum range as to how far they can go. I don't Know about you but if I were "transported a few feet a very small amount of my body would be seperated from my body on the other side. while yes this may be practical for very short short distances If you utilize it in long ranges the more the transmission would be interupted along the way therefore the more matter would be left behind. Even transmitting yourself in a radiation frequency that can travel through most matter it would still be leaving pieces if itself behind. More than likely the military would try to utilize this to transfer weapons of mass dist I dont know about you but I dont want a small piece of Uranium or anything stuck in my brain.

23 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2007-01-05 13:16 ID:Heaven

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24 Name: hatsidonkulitzu : 2007-01-14 06:15 ID:8IBiKId2

I dont know why, but I really got a kick out of "Don't know about you, but I dont want a small piece of Uranium or anything stuck in my brain."

As it happens, I don't either, but I don't think that's what makes it so funny.

25 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2007-01-14 06:23 ID:n15jMXnj

"Be afraid... Be very afraid!" (The Fly, 1986)

26 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2007-01-14 12:22 ID:LSf7ErnT

dude... I want a small piece of Uranium stuck in my brain. You know how fucking awesome it would be to be nuclear powered?

27 Name: The Last Fact : 2011-01-31 16:35 ID:0dGB9frJ

dear..It would be a great discovery ever in the mankind if implemented over the theories and I am keenly interested in this technology , What I can give this part is that atoms may travel a long distance if they forced to do so in the cables.and If radio waves (composed of particles) can travel through the cable than why not atoms of the human body or any object.
We can divide the object to be send in various data structures and reassemble it to the desired location.
The Nobel Prize winning physicist Niels Boehr once said that matter can exist as either waves or particles which opens the door for teleportation for us.

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