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PurpleStuart

Teleportation

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I keep mentioning the subject, so heres an article about it:

CLICK :sg ME

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...and here is the science bit...

click :sj me too!

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Teleportation is cool 8)

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yep, indeed - i've been going on about teleportation for such a long while it's nice to be able to offer up an article supporting what i previously wibbling on about  :D

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Wibble away PS,

very interesting articles. :sj

I'm not 100% convinced yet but time will tell,I also would'nt want to be the be the first person to to try it.

I like my present jelly like form.

:sq

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Here here P.S keep wibbling.... but try not to make a mess :s2

Interesting reading and I like the idea. but think I'll have to agree with Dr'Bones' McCoy, who desn't like the idea of having his atoms scattered all over the universe ??? ;D

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Maybe it's the geek in me, but i'm most looking forward to the advances in communications and computers that can be made using this.

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:s2 yes it's the geek in u.

But yes the possiblities for this are limitless and far reaching :sa

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i heard this on the TV. They said they destroyed the beam and the info of the beam was stored in the computers memory, then they just made a exact replica of it.

when you think about it, it's sorta like a computer network how you transfer one file to another computer, except they do it with sub-atomic particles :s2

they said i could take another 500 years to telport humans.

pretty cool stuff 8)

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PS,

I know what you mean. Advances in communications is what I first thought of when I read the article.

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