That's not teleportation, that's just recreation. Which is a pretty good idea for cloning or such, but doesn't really satisfy the theory of teleporting.selfAdjoint said:The situation at present is that they have "teleported" photons and electrons. I put the word in quotes because they actually destroy the particle at its old location and recreate "it" at a new one. And I put "it" in quotes because with elementary particles there are issues of "what do you mean, same particle?"
What? Elaborate.Gold Barz said:Yeah, but that's just the present.
Gold Barz said:I meant that's what our current technology could do, "re-create" not really teleport that actual "thing" that was teleported.
Noir indeed! "Let me send you to a star"..."I can do it, but did I mention that nobody I've sent so far has bothered to write home?" "Darned ingrates!"selfAdjoint said:Quite right. But AFAIK, there are no theories that would support anything better than that.
Once I had this idea for a science fiction story. This is NOT REAL PHYSICS! Just bafflegab for a story...I forgot to mention that the story was to be noir.
Unknowing said:What is the difference between re-creation and teleportation as long as you get there?
Garth said:But it would make the ultimate photocopier would it not?
Just my luck to try it when there's a paper jam...
Gold Barz said:
And since you did say it again, I realize that the first instance wasn't a typo. Just for clarification in future posts, the English spelling of that is 'feasible'. You're doing well, though.Yaaks said:Not a fisable idea,,, i would like to say again..
ThanX for clarifying..Danger said:And since you did say it again, I realize that the first instance wasn't a typo. Just for clarification in future posts, the English spelling of that is 'feasible'. You're doing well, though.
Any time. Words is my life.Yaaks said:ThanX for clarifying..