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Quite amazing.

Boffins from Japan and Australia have made a huge scientific breakthrough by successfully teleporting packets of light from one area to another. Skip related content

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

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Offline Diesel
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I think I was born too early, this is really exciting stuff and would love to learn where these developments will lead. Could it mean we will soon have doors that say Shush as they open and close. Cool
Posted April 16, 2011, 20:14:36 PM Logged
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Beam me up Scotty

It’s those words again “quantum physics”, if no one can see the cat in the box does the box have a cat in it?  scratch-head

Somehow the same science has now teleported light, don’t ask me to explain it but quantum physics also says we will never die, I’ve seen on a TV program.  Grin

Don’t you just love science, and open minded scientists.
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