Teleportation breakthrough made

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  1. SimonV
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    <img border="0" src="../logos/web.gif" align="right"><font size="3">Teleportation breakthrough made</font>

    Thanks to Fergal1982 for this article

    Scientists have performed successful teleportation on atoms for the first time, the journal Nature reports.
    The feat was achieved by two teams of researchers working independently on the problem in the US and Austria.

    The ability to transfer key properties of one particle to another without using any physical link has until now only been achieved with laser light.

    Experts say being able to do the same with massive particles like atoms could lead to new superfast computers.

    This development is a long way from the transporters used by Jean-Luc Picard and Captain Kirk in the famous Star Trek TV series.

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    1. nugget
      Thanks guys, that was very interesting. 8)
    2. tripwire45
      Beam me up, Scotty! :D
    3. flex22
      I don't understand why they can't do this with humans.

      I mean if the fidelity is 0.75, then you could just say to the budding Mr Scott "just take off the beer belly fella, and send the rest on"


      Interesting article :thumbleft
    4. noelg24
      If they pull this off I might decide to teleport my missus away.... :lol: :lol: oops should be careful.. :eek: who cares..she's away for the weekend so time for moi to come out and play :twisted: where's Rosy?... :oops: :roll: :cracking :lol:
    5. Jakamoko
      OMG, have none of you seen the remake of "The Fly" ???? :eek:

      We're doomed, DOOMED, I tell you :cry:
    6. Fergal1982
    7. noelg24
      well well well...I await for the enxt update...very intriguing...

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