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I don't see the problem, the result after teleportation would have all your brain connections ( knowledge, memory, feelings, personality, and all that mumbo) so it would be you. We don't have an encrypted chip inside our brains or anything like that, it's all connections.

If all i have to do to be in mars by the next second is just to die for 0.000000001 seconds, i see no problem in it. I probably wouldn't even notice it.

In other news.

They exploited quantum entanglement. Which makes sense.
Nonetheless, it is teleportation.

Enterprise, 1 to beam up.
Just my way of explaining it, but the way I see this is that you die, FOREVER, when you enter the teleporter. Then someone entirely new steps out of the teleporter, and says, "WOW, that worked awesome!" There is some force in nature that binds "you" to your body. Until scientists know what that is, the connection between you and your body may be broken with this telporter. If it can be called a soul, how will your soul reattach to the body coming out of the teleporter, or will a new soul be created by the teleporter? And how would someone else ever know? The new body stepping out would have every memory you ever had, and a seamless existence, but your existence would have stopped when you entered the teleporter.

Think of the movie The Prestige. The "teleported man" made a copy in a new location, and the original had to be killed with every trick. The copy then went on to perform the next trick, and so on.
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imo teleportation as we know it (science fiction) will always remain theoretical
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Most intriguing sir!
Quantum mechanics have always been fascinating to me since the first day i became aware of them.


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Just my way of explaining it, but the way I see this is that you die, FOREVER, when you enter the teleporter. Then someone entirely new steps out of the teleporter, and says, "WOW, that worked awesome!" There is some force in nature that binds "you" to your body. Until scientists know what that is, the connection between you and your body may be broken with this telporter. If it can be called a soul, how will your soul reattach to the body coming out of the teleporter, or will a new soul be created by the teleporter? And how would someone else ever know? The new body stepping out would have every memory you ever had, and a seamless existence, but your existence would have stopped when you entered the teleporter.

Think of the movie The Prestige. The "teleported man" made a copy in a new location, and the original had to be killed with every trick. The copy then went on to perform the next trick, and so on.
No such thing as a "soul".

And I hate to break it to you, but The Prestige is fictional.
    
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Ultra low latency multiplayer between the continents.

You may not understand the above if you've never suffered at the hands of terrible ISPs and/or location related lag.
that would be nice the worst i had lag wise was nearly 23k ping 8 yrs ago, no idea how it was done tho
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that would be nice the worst i had lag wise was nearly 23k ping 8 yrs ago, no idea how it was done tho
That's the worst.
    
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No such thing as a "soul".

And I hate to break it to you, but The Prestige is fictional.
I knew, just KNEW there would be ONE GUY that had to miss my point ENTIRELY. There's something that makes YOU, YOU. An impression on the fabric of spacetime, something. I used that wording because it demonstrated my point. Same thing with the movie. It demonstrated my point. If you dematerialize an object on earth then rematerialize it on mars, or wherever, its not the same entity. They are discreet beings. The one dematerialized is no longer a coherent entity, and has no bond to what is created elsewhere - it is simply a copy.
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Boffins from Japan and Australia have made a huge scientific breakthrough by successfully teleporting packets of light from one area to another.

The mind-bending project, led by Noriyuki Lee at the University of Tokyo, could lead to the creation of super-powerful quantum computers and revolutionize the telecommunications industry.

The team managed to teleport wave packets of light by destroying them in one place and re-creating them in another.
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Most intriguing sir!
Quantum mechanics have always been fascinating to me since the first day i became aware of them.
Heheheheheh
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They destroyed one of the particles and the light itself, leaving just one remaining particle.
Ah, someone want to explain how they managed this?
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Destroying light in one place and recreating it in another doesn't sound like teleportation. It sounds like making a copy and destroying the original.
Just like the teleporting man in The Prestige
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