In science fiction (such as “Star Trek”), teleportation is a usual thing. But how much time and effort is necessary to submit the data required for human teleportation? Students at the Physics Department of the University of Leicester Declan Roberts, James Nelms, Suzanne Thomas and David Starkey decided to answer this difficult question. The students found that the energy required for teleportation of one individual depends on the bandwidth, which automatically means less time, but the increase in power consumption. In their work, the students explored the possibility of teleportation of one person on the Earth’s surface into space orbit. Before the teleportation starts, each person should be ‘submitted’ to the form of data that can be sent. At baseline the data will be transmitted in pairs of DNA in each cell. Read the rest at Learning Mind.
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