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Scientists Have Teleported Information On 3 Meters

June 13, 2014, in Interesting
Moving through space may one day become a reality, say scientists. They were able to move the first atom by 3 meters with an accuracy of 100 percent. Nothing in the laws of physics do not prevent teleportation of large objects, the researchers added. 'If we believe that is a set of atoms bound together in a certain way, in principle, teleportation us from one place to another, it is possible' - said Professor Hanson Defta from University of Technology in the Netherlands. Although scholars argue that in practice this is unlikely, we can not say that this will never happen, because there is no fundamental law of physics that prevents it. But if that happens, it will likely be in the distant future.

Quantum teleportation

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Professor Hanson and his team demonstrated that it is possible to teleport the information encoded in the subatomic particles between two points located at a distance of 3 meters from each other. This demonstration will be the first step towards developing a network such as the Internet between a very fast quantum computers, whose computing power is much higher than today's supercomputers.

Terms of subatomic world differ from the rules of our world visible to the naked eye. The particle can be in different locations and may simultaneously disappear from one side of the obstacles and appear at the other side, without pass the obstacle. All this relates to the quantum theory, which is the most successful model in explaining our world.

Quantum computer

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Many scientists are now working to develop quantum technology, which relies on the 'anomalous properties' of very small particles that make up our world. Development of a quantum computer could help solve the problem that modern computers face. Instead of the standard bits, which are used in computers now, there will be quantum bits, or qubits. During the experiment, the particles entangled three nitrogen atoms in the diamond and two electrons have been used to convey information to spin at a distance of three meters. Each bit corresponds to information '0' or '1', while the qubit can be a '0', '1' or 'superposition' both states simultaneously. Maybe someday in the future quantum internet, built on these principles can be used to transmit data at a distance of light years.
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