Firstly, this may seem far fetched... but bear with me.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

According to uncertainity principle, there is a probability however small it may be to find a particle or energy anywhere in the whole universe. all along we have tried reducing the uncertainty of finding so that we can measure something accurately(this is my first assumption that everyone thought in this perspective), may be the perspective must have been in the lines of increasing the probability of finding a particle at a specific point in space,(i guess you can argue that reducing the uncertainity and increasing probability is same, but are they?), if this probability of finding a energy and mass can be selectively increased then a (cluster of )particle can be transported or can be beamed from one place to another(assuming the particles stay in the same form and other assumptions of mass to energy transformations). Lastly you may not find a real question here but i think it is worth discussing.

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# Uncertainity and Mass teleporting

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