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Quantum Teleportation

Postby NeedsToKnow » Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:54 pm

so we have invented quantum teleportation. Which is essentially a connected molecule that is vibrating the exact same way as the molecule that is paired with it on the other side. Can we invent a device that stops the vibration of the molecule just long enough for it to be transferred as data across to the other end? Is The vibration (electron movement) of atoms the only thing preventing us from inventing a teleporter? Help me I want to invent a teleporter lol

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Re: Quantum Teleportation

Postby norman40 » Wed Apr 10, 2019 3:44 pm


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