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It reminds me of star trek! When they transport someone, how can they ensure that the person will be reassembled correctly at the other end?
What about the idea of using a time machine just to send INFORMATION back?That would involve no disruption of the molecules of an object and could be really handy.
Still, being able to send information back from the future would be of great importance.
When I see the 'star trek' transporter in action I am amazed how fast it happens, presumably when a person is teleported the original position of every molecule in his body must be recorded and transmitted to the site where he is to be ...reconstituted, this is a vast amount of data.I would hate to have to wait while it travels by my 2Mb broadband link.
Havent you ever seen that film 'The Fly'!
QuoteHavent you ever seen that film 'The Fly'!Thats where a fly gets merged with and slowly turns human ,poor thing.