Future Teleportation Technology. Possible? Yes!

In about 300 years, at the apsi of human technology, teleportation will be possible. If you doubt that, read this article and you will understand. Scientists already know how to do it, but they don’t have enough technology.

It’s not the kind you see in TV, that people teleport anywhere with mind powers. The actual teleportation is a big scanner that people go in and every one of their atoms is scanned, type (H², C, O², O³), and their exact position. A modern computer sends the info to the destiny computer and it makes a person from a barrel of oil by changing its atoms form and position.
Scientists can only teleport a few atoms these days, and anyway, there would be a problem. The person that goes into the scanner has to be scanned and disintegrated very quickly, otherwise the person would die in the middle of the process. And even if it is quick, after the disintegration, the person is dead, and another person exactly like the one that died appears in the destiny with the exact same memories, but it still wouldn’t be the same person, she wouldn’t be able to tell if it’s her or not.
The good thing is that you would be able to teleport objects!

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29 Responses to “Future Teleportation Technology. Possible? Yes!”
  1. Hazel Crowther Says...

    On January 11, 2010 at 11:03 am

    Interesting.


  2. lucaskdl Says...

    On January 12, 2010 at 7:15 am

    Thanks!


  3. Noname Says...

    On January 31, 2010 at 11:57 pm

    Okay, well, if it says 300 years that would be very wrong in EVERY way!

    Make it less than 100 years… Teleporting an object to another destination is just saying that you’re moving that object… but that isn’t true at all…

    As said above, you get a scan of that object and you have the destination of every atom, cell, electron, etc… but in order to move it to a new destination would mean to make an object out of nothing OR have something made from pure electricity and information…

    It’ll be less than 100 years, due to the fact that an invention will likely be made to create something from electricity, thus boosting economy production rates, surplus rare resources, alot of everything we’d ever want… Which would lead to the availability of money and resources to produce such fast technology within a heartbeat… Allowing teleportation at an epic scale…

    Had to say that…


  4. lucaskdl Says...

    On April 15, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    I doubt a 100 years will do it.


  5. Hassan Asghar Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 8:24 am

    May be it is possible because science is going too fast.I think so 300
    years are too far to make it possible.There must be possibility that
    atoms may not formed in their proper position.


  6. Jack T Says...

    On April 23, 2010 at 12:46 pm

    Another teleportation method which is far less destructive is to create small wormholes which basically folds space like a piece of paper so that in order to traverse point A to point B, you dont have to follow a line.

    I believe in the future, this can be explored along with the string theory and multi-dimensions wherein there are multiple worlds which are either completely alien or almost-identical copies of ours.


  7. lucaskdl Says...

    On April 24, 2010 at 8:44 pm

    I really think people would die going into a wormhole and objects would be distorted. Anyway, I don’t think there will ever be a way to make a designated destination work.


  8. Luke Joseph Says...

    On May 25, 2010 at 11:11 am

    Okay, let’s say that I am being scanned at point A, and that oil barrel at point B is far away.

    So upon being scanned, my atoms will be copied by that oil barrel at point B. So, in other words, I am being CLONED not teleported right?
    If It would be as simple as being scanned alone,
    why do I have to be disintegrated in the first place? It seems that the reason I need to be disintegrated is because I need to dissapear from point A, so that you could fit the description of teleportation. Right?


  9. Anonymous Says...

    On May 31, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    teleportation is right around the corner. since we dont have an understanding of QM, very well, this limits us. On the plus side we can prove QM just dont know why. Therefore I say before 2100 we will have the technology. It would be done through a gerneration ship, like a phone call. The only problems is once we have this we have to send a ship out there. So we are still stuck at relativity, E=MC^2. Yeah so what if you are cloned you would not know the difference because your mind wouldnt change. Thus you are same person. The only questin is see being raised is religion, a soul. Aristotle would say you would still be alive because your brain is your soul, but what does he know he is just one the most knowledge men ever to live. Then you have all these religions, such as the Abrahamic and Eastern religion like hinduism. So basically once we figure it out, and if you are atheist then i say go for. I want do it becaue of the what if factor of God. I fear that power more then anything in this cosmos.


  10. Xolture Says...

    On September 23, 2010 at 4:35 am

    Cloning and teleporting are two different things. It’s not a question of religion regarding souls. The person at point B will be a whole new person regardless of same physical and memory status. What if the person at point A is not destroyed. therefore you will definitely see the same two persons. We won’t be able to tell the differences between then, but we know they are different. Person B is actually a new soul born into the world like a baby would, with body and mind loaded into him/her. I wouldn’t step into a teleportation device if the technique is this way (copying atoms and destroying the original), it would be the same as entering my own grave.


  11. LCAO Says...

    On December 8, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    I am really interested in this, too. My little, attempted, philosophical thoughts got me to the conclusion that, somehow, the soul and mind (for I believe them to be different entities than the brain) will have to be “transfered” to the new body. This seems to be nearly impossible. Without that crucial step, the “person” may be alive, but they would be an “organic portal” or person who lacks a soul.
    I have actually thought long and hard about all of this, and I have concluded that the wormhole idea would be the safest. The margin of human error for the copying of each individual atom in the body, then rearranging them in the exact order seems to be extremely high. Just one error, and that person would cease to exist. A chilling thought.
    The usage of wormholes, though, introduces the possibility of time-travel, but I’m not going to get into that now.

    The technology seems to be withing grasp, but mastering it is another story.


  12. Taner Says...

    On January 2, 2011 at 1:47 pm

    Well if you think about it teleportation is impossible because your traveling as pixels to a place you might not have been to.

    I think it would make more sense to focuse on warp tech such as warp gates and hyper speed. The reson being is that a warp gate is a building or gate that you enter and exit out any other warp gate wich would mean being a pixal but going to a say planet someone from earth has been to and made a warp gate just so you could go back and forth. Also once we make able space ships hyper speed would come in handy to get to places in hours not months. You might be thinking why not just use warp gates? well warp gate tech will be expensive thats why hyper speed would help as well. p.s Im 10.


  13. lucaskdl Says...

    On January 27, 2011 at 9:16 pm

    Well, probably everyone noticed you are 10. Pixels is an eletronic thing, and it has nothing to do with this. Warp gates don’t exist and never will. That’s a fact. Neither will “hyper speed”.
    About the other comments: to me, souls don’t exist, neither does something like “the supreme power”. Matter is all, neurons are what make someones personality, not its “soul”. The “mind” is just the power of thought made by the interconection in between the neurons. To me, God is just a way the ancient minds found to escape the thought that when they die, they cease to exist. There is no invisible power around us. Gods have been created all along history, each nation claiming there God to be the only (or the only ones), Gods have been vanished, new Gods created until now. Today, we have probably hundreds of Gods all around the world. Again, I repeat: this is just my opinion.


  14. Joe Says...

    On January 28, 2011 at 9:48 am

    I don’t get it..

    while teleporting, it’s basically taking you apart, you would die instantly.


  15. lucaskdl Says...

    On February 7, 2011 at 4:11 pm

    ¬¬
    You are disintegrated, you die, and your clone appears somewhere.


  16. mfab Says...

    On February 16, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    We are already there! Believe that! M


  17. Naajiz Says...

    On February 28, 2011 at 7:01 am

    funniest thing i have ever heard. How can u kill someone and bring back to life LOL.. whats the use of a dead clone?


  18. manikiran Says...

    On March 11, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    can energy be teleported as like a matter. if so how it is possible, how can we create an atom on reciever side, and how can we disintegrate it on the sender side??.


  19. ghost Says...

    On March 26, 2011 at 6:03 am

    its gonna happen in the next 20 years, believe me…….


  20. classic... Says...

    On April 21, 2011 at 6:38 am

    @lucaskdl

    and probably only i noticed that you’re just being a dick to the kid, for the sake of being a dick. “Warp gates don’t exist and never will. That’s a fact. Neither will “hyper speed”.”. oh, i like your logic. in fact i love it, because it’s so damn stupid it’s hilarious. ever heard the infamous quote “everything that can be invented has been invented”? yeah, thats you. except the guy who said this, said it 200 years ago. you’d think people might be smarter than that by now.. here’s another quote “some things never change”. and you’re a perfect example of that, as opposed to that 10 year old you had to pick on. how’s that for a fact, mr. deull?

    ps: you obviously have so much aggression that you have to take it out on children on the internet, so uhh.. umm.. actually, you’re not even worth anymore of my time. just go to hell. please? thanks.


  21. R. Venkatesh, Chennai Says...

    On May 22, 2011 at 8:04 am

    This teleporatation experimnent is already violating human rights. Are you people not aware of the experiment the american scientis in IBM planted chips on an indian residing at chennai without his knowledge and he is being completed scannned and data collected and transmitted across. These chips were planted in his head in 1996 and still continuing. The person concerned came to know from his sixth sense but still he is helpless as the scientists governemtn and media all over the world are keeping quiet at this blantant violation of human rights. What will they do if he dies before the experimetn ends. They keep extending it in the name of updation and consolitaiton of data collected. Will this experiment end in near future. This chips transmit not only what he thinks and what he visualises but also the past activity he had done. what a violation of human rights??????


  22. Andrew Says...

    On August 15, 2011 at 6:43 pm

    Teleportation is impossible. You can clone someone though. All you have to do, however, is scan one cell (which would take trillions plus quadrillions of years with current computer technology) and you make a duplicate, and that cell with start dividing itself up until it grows into the same person you were scanning. Believe me, a cell contains quadrillions of terabytes of information – it contains the information to create life! I think that cloning as fast as this article explains might be possible in the next trillion years, but no sooner than that. Think about it… just think about – seriously. About the huge amount of information it would take to make that cell, and how you would construct it anyway. How would you re-create that information when you have it. It would just remain as a bunch of 1s and 0s on super-computer’s hard drive. We hardly have the technology to even get a cell READY to be scanned, nevertheless scan it. You would need something that has the properties of a material but that is not any type of matter, in order to move all of the tiny bits of information, matter, and whatever else is inside the smallest particles are pitiful electron telescopes can start to imagine to see. Please reply, someone. But before you do, think about it – seriously!


  23. simon choo Says...

    On September 4, 2011 at 10:35 am

    if teleportation is all about scanning every atoms in our body at point A, then transfer them by “something” to point B, i would say, one in every million, a person would die from teleportation.

    for instance, i download one million images from the internet into my pc, there will be at least one of the images is error and cannot be viewed, because of the pixels’ arrangement are not in exact order in the process of downloading.

    whats more when disintegrating – transfering – rebuilding human atoms? if our atoms are not rebuild in exact order, we would either die or worst, becoming demolished or barbarious appearance. – eyes on ass, feet on sholders, nose on tummy, fingers on the head… etc… yucks!


  24. Paul A. Collins Says...

    On September 6, 2011 at 2:21 am

    This technology can exist. Why do you think our goverment has spent so much money trying to develope this technology. This technology could be used for the betterment of mankind. It also could be used to control people.


  25. lucaskdl Says...

    On September 16, 2011 at 9:45 am

    Well, I nearly completely agree with Andrew, except that we would lose our memories and we would be born again, having to make a fetus again, grow and etc… and a trillion years? No, the universe is about 18 billion years old, and won’t live for much longer than a few billion years.
    Somehow, yes, this would violate human rights, as the person who ows the scanner would have total and complete access over the persons memories and all. Also, who knows, these scanners would probably change some things, intentionally or not (maybe a terrorist could hack one and make aliens ;) ). It is very unsafe, and if invented, won’t be used with living beings, and yes for objects. Then we’ll never get our mail late! Hurray!
    That would give a great boost to economy, except for todays transporting companies, they’d go down!
    And yes, it’s not actually teleporting, it’s cloning followed by the destruction of the original body (of matter).

    About “classic…”’s comment:
    Ok, I’ll explain. The kids concept of warp gates is exactly as this post’s scanner. And hyper speed would never be used, even if invented, for the excellent reason that it’s too unsafe. If you were travelling at, say, 10.000km/h, and there is a rock right ahead: what kind of machine would be quick enough to detect everything ahead of it and TRY to avoid it? Nothing can turn so fast, and if so, how about its passengers? The G-Force on them would crush them. Even a small rock could destroy a ship going at 10.000km/h, so, no thanks!
    I wasn’t picking the kid, just being realistic. He sees to much science fiction.


  26. Andrew Says...

    On September 26, 2011 at 6:43 pm

    Well, I’ve been reading some of the comments, and I see what you mean. Teleportation could be used easily for the transportation of physical objects. It would be like a printer. Most homes would have them. I don’t know if you could transport something alive like an apple, but you could transport paper, a plate, a fork, or even a candle. The only problem is that it is not really teleportation because the first object cannot be destroyed completely. It is impossible to destroy matter. People would have to buy special “ink” for their Teleportation Printers. To me it seems like it would be more useful to have very fast (mach 20) mailing robotic airplanes the size of a wagon to transport items with incredible maneuverability.


  27. JustTh1inkPe0ple-.- Says...

    On January 16, 2012 at 9:02 am

    This is not teleportation, it’s copying…
    This will probably be possible in infinite years from now.
    There are so many atoms in a person it’s impossible to scan them all at the exact same time. (if u don’t scan them at the same time blood will have moved, the brain is busy with something else etc, which would kill you/destroy your brain)
    The software needed for this would have to be flawless, and this is nearly impossible to do(there are always bugs)
    The hardware would have to be flawless too, but there are always errors in it. Materials can’t be made with enough precision, and something unpredictable will happen every time.

    So: this article is nonsense, it would take at least a few million years before we can even consider anything like this, and than it will probably still be impossible. If we want to travel fast, we’ll have to go fast, not just kill yourself and be remade somewhere else…
    (and btw, even if this was possible, it would never be used because it is way too dangerous: imagine a serial killer with this machine..
    He would just copy himself 1000 times and kill everyone.)


  28. Andrew Says...

    On February 15, 2012 at 5:07 pm

    I think that in a billion years from now, if humans could survive that long, when this tech has been developed for sure (not saying it couldn’t be developed earlier), people will think that this tech is real. But I kinda think that when you go into this machine, you kill yourself, then a different machine somewhere else recreates a person who is the same as you; but not you, if that’s makes sense, which it probably doesn’t. Anyway, it doesn’t ever seem that anyone will ever be able to find the real answer out, because if you ask the dude who had gone into the machine if he were real, of course he’d say yes. Just my thoughts. It might be used to create pets or something though. I really think that humans will never create life–it’s just too complicated.


  29. Juma Mark Says...

    On January 18, 2013 at 2:46 am

    At no time shall man compete with God Almighty. But by accepting His will , may the floodgates of knowledge open for us to make and leave this world a better place than how we found it. YES TELEPORTATION IS POSSIBLE………………………………………………..


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