So it seems real obvious to me at the moment that if quantum teleportation becomes common day, then one huge benefit is fusing two hydrogen nuclei by teleporting them at the same location, or very close to each other. Is this a correct assumption, or is this question completely lacking understanding of quantum teleportation?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Actually if my question is a valid one, what would actually happen if you teleport two atoms in the exact same location? Would they explode?

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