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Acceleration change during teleportation

  1. Jul 19, 2017 #1
    Let's assume that it is possible to teleport safely (in one piece, with same body structure) to different galaxy using something as wormhole.

    Then what would be acceleration that participating in such travel human experience?

    As I know solar system travels at 230 km/s around the galactic center and most likely point in some other galaxy where we want to teleport will have very different speed vector that implies tremendous instant acceleration change that nothing can survive. Does it mean that teleportation is not possible unless you can survive millions of Gs?
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