Researchers Talk about New Research over Teleportation

Researchers Talk about New Research over Teleportation

Researchers' recent announcements are talking about a quantum leap in quantum teleportation. They say their latest work mentions a great leap forward in Quantum teleportation without moving through space.

According to the explanations coming from the researchers, Quantum research does not work with space and so are all the usual metaphors that are used for progress like that of a step, a leap, a milestone, a higher level etc., are not used in this research.

They further added that their theory is based upon the vanishingly small entangled particles, which means that whatever you will do to one particle, it will instantaneously affect the other one. This theory does not consider the distance between the entangled twins to make the effect.

For their research, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) recently used entanglement to teleport the information. They noticed that the information was sent thousands of miles in fractions of a second without the help of any intervening space.

It's (teleportation) "comparable to 'beaming' as shown in the science fiction series 'Star Trek'," said Dr. Wallraff. "The information does not travel from point A to point B. Instead, it appears at point B and disappears at point A, when read out at point B", he added.


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