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Animal Teleportation

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msm57

This document is 10 pgs and very difficult to view on mobile device.

I do not believe teleportation of any kind is possible at this time. Not too sure it will ever be possible. Thanks

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ThePitOfReason

These threads never die around here do they? Not only is this thread old but the study that was done and started this thread. Ants are smart she has a plan. It was not teleportation but it made me laugh and I needed that Thanks :)

This 10 page document has nothing to do with teleportation however is a interesting read. From what I got from reading it the idea is to detect chronic bacterial and viral infections. Noted on the first page. A more in depth study into what this paper is talking about could result in being able to use a machine to not only detect it but what about turning it off? The ones we don't need? Food for thought.

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mazaya

Good information

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Use your brain

If this was real people would have heard way more about it by now.

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Podo

This thread has been back from the dead more times than Kieth Richards.

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Erowin

THIS THREAD IS 14 YEARS OLD. THIS THREAD IS IN 9TH GRADE

THIS THREAD IS GOING THROUGH ITS TROUBLED TEEN YEARS. AND ITS A TELEPORTING ANT THREAD.

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Nathan DiYorio
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Hmm... teleporting ants. What will they think up next?

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onlookerofmayhem

This thread has graduated high school.

On 7/19/2015 at 10:44 PM, Erowin said:

THIS THREAD IS 14 YEARS OLD. THIS THREAD IS IN 9TH GRADE

THIS THREAD IS GOING THROUGH ITS TROUBLED TEEN YEARS. AND ITS A TELEPORTING ANT THREAD.

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Coyote Speaks

This thread is in college...

Also kangaroos don't teleport, out of place kangaroos are likely escaped pets rather than escaped zoo animals. 

So, now, do ants teleport?

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Nathan DiYorio

Don't you know? All animals teleport when not observed. Or rather, they do not exist, until they are observed again.

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Nobu

A quick internet search and this appears to still be a mystery. Noone knows how or why this happens. Someone could get their PHD on necromantic threads probably.

 

 

oh the ant thing is cool too 

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Nnicolette

Well it doesn't seem that difficult if someone wanted to set up ant colonies in a controlled environment and watch with heat vision or night vision or xray vision or whatever. It cant be too hard to see what's happening. I already have an ant farm with clear substrate but would have to find a queen, as the drones are sold but queens illegal to buy in the u.s. i did however capture an ant recently and put it in there and after a couple of days it did vanish... And i was searching for leaks or a crack in the lid and couldnt figure out how he escaped... How DO they do it?  

I feel like the ants moving the whole chamber is most likely, hence the reason it didnt happen if the side was still divided with glass and not resealed.

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Matt221

My ant can't teleport nor can my uncle 

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