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Chinese Scientists Successfully Teleported a Particle to Space
Editor’s note: Many of us speak of our own ability to teleport ~ wanting to do that again ~ a natural skill we all once possessed before we got pulled out of our higher dimensional states eons ago and got pushed into this one. Our bodies, cells, our Soul Essence within knows we have this ability. Now mainstream is reporting on this phenomenon ~ Popular Mechanics, no less. Disclosure continues.
The experiment broke the previous distance record by more than three times.
When it comes to weird quantum effects, none is weirder than quantum teleportation. Scientists can—and have—used the unique and complicated physics of quantum mechanics to instantaneously teleport small particles across great distances. Now, a Chinese team has broken the distance record by teleporting particles to a satellite in space.
When we talk about teleportation, we should be clear about exactly what that means. Nobody’s beaming people to space like in Star Trek. Instead, quantum teleportation is a complicated and delicate process involving sending information across space using entangled particles and reassembling it somewhere else.
We’ve written about quantum teleportation before, and a full explainer can be found here.
The hardest part of quantum teleportation is the entanglement. When two particles are entangled, they’re essentially ‘in sync’ with each other, and they’ll stay in sync no matter how far apart they are. But if one of the particles hits something else—like the air, or a beam of light, or literally anything—then the entanglement could be broken.
As you might imagine, keeping two particles entangled over large distances or for long periods of time is incredibly challenging. Until about a month ago, the farthest anyone had been able to separate entangled particles by was a few miles. But a Chinese team broke the record in June when they sent entangled particles to a satellite orbiting overhead, more than 300 miles away, while the particles they were entangled with remained on Earth.