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Teleportation is a key enabling technology for quantum computing because it allows you to extract the information the computer produces without disturbing the rest of the system. No teleportation, no results.

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Beam me up: Scientists say human teleportation is 'possible' as they transfer atoms three metres in groundbreaking experiment. Team were able to send atoms 3 metres

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Quantum teleportation is a process by which quantum information (e.g. the exact state of an atom or photon) can be transmitted (exactly, in principle) from one location to another, with the help of classical communication and previously shared quantum entanglement between the sending and receiving location. Because it depends on classical communication, which can proceed no faster than the ...

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Is teleportation possible? Could a baseball transform into something like a radio wave, travel through buildings, bounce around corners, and change back into a baseball?

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It is very safe to say that teleportation is NOT possible in our universe. To see why, let’s assume a human being weights 70 kg. That would mean that there are at least 3x10 27 atoms in the ...

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Teleportation is possible, but how long will it be until humans can use the technology? IT MIGHT sound like something straight out of science fiction, but experts are already able to teleport ...

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First of all the energy needed to make teleportation possible is impractical. It just seems so appealing like disappearing from one side and reappearing from another! But there are several technical issues standing in front of this matter.

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Sure, it kind of amounts to chunking your kid in a subatomic wood chipper every morning, but just think of all the time you'll save! It's called teleportation, and you probably know it best from the likes of "Star Trek" and "The Fly."If realized for humans, this amazing technology would make it possible to travel vast distances without physically crossing the space betw...

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When William Shatner, as Captain Kirk, told Scotty to "beam me up" in the 1966-69 Star Trek series, little did he know that one day, scientists would conduct experiments in quantum teleportation that did exactly that: transmit data from one atom to another across a distance.

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Teleportation. Depending on your favorite sci-fi yarns, teleportation is either a very, very bad idea (see: The Fly) or a very, very cool one (see: Star Trek). For scientists, it's just very, very complex, so much so that at this point, teleportation is not a matter of moving matter but one of transporting information.