Let’s discuss: No one likes to travel.
Whether they go to a foreign land on vacation or go to work every day, no one likes the place they have to go to. People who say they like to walk may mean that they do to arrive. That’s because being somewhere can be so much fun: seeing new things, meeting new people, getting to work early to go home quickly to read physics books. Real to walk the session is usually a draw: preparation, running, waiting, running etc. Anyone who would say “it’s a trip, not a destination” was obviously not supposed to be in the crowd on a daily basis and did not sit in the middle seat on a trip to the Atlantic Ocean.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a better way to get to the place? What if you just did visibility Where do you want to go, not across all the middle ground?
Teleportation has been going on in science fiction for over 100 years. And who has never thought of closing their eyes or jumping into a machine and suddenly finding where they want to be? Think of the time you could save! Your vacation can start now, not after the 14-hour flight. We too can easily reach other planets. Imagine sending a colonel to a nearby planet where you could live (Proxima Centauri b, four years) without having to spend many years on the journey.
But is teleportation possible? And if so, why do scientists take so long? Will it take hundreds of years for me to make it, or can I expect it as an app on my phone soon? Establish your sessions amazingly, as we enlighten you on teleportation physics.
If your dream of teleportation is to be here one minute and to be somewhere else at another time, then we are sorry to tell you right away that this is impossible.
Unfortunately, physics has very complex rules everything it’s happening right away. Everything that happens (event) must have a reason, which seeks to spread the knowledge. Consider: In order for two things to harmonize with each other (as you disappear here with each other’s appearance), they must communicate with each other. And in this universe, everything, including knowledge, has a limit of speed.
Information should travel in the air like anything else, and very fast everything it can travel in this universe with the speed of light. In fact, the speed of light could be termed “the speed of knowledge” or “the speed of the universe.” Burned in relativity is the real idea of cause and effect, which is at the heart of physics.