Question: In the future how would a teleporter work?
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Asked by 13yokeeffe to Tim, Steve, Sarah, Peter, Danielle on 14 Jan 2015.
answered on 14 Jan 2015:
This may be one for a scientist to answer rather than an engineer because it probably needs a scientific breakthrough in understanding how teleporting may be possible before engineers are let loose on making one.
mjprspirit17 commented on 14 Jan 2015:
It would possibly transport you atom by atom over a LONG period of time.
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Andy commented on 15 Jan 2015:
That’s something I’ve wondered about! If teleporters could work, the destination might need to have a reservoir of some mass first, i.e. teleporting into a vacuum space would mean that mass would need to be constructed out of thin air, literally 🙂
I guess we’d be making ‘waves’ at the destination against dark matter to form up mass (sub-atomic particles apparently are waves).
Like Steve, this is beyond my field, but I’d love to write the software for a pair of machines, that’d be very interesting 😀