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Teleportation is the apparently instantaneous movement of objects from one place to another through technological means. Or Teleportation is the disembodied transportation of an object which involves Thorough measurements of the input. Data (measurement results) Transmission. Perfect reconstruction of the input at a different location. DEFINITION OF TELEPORTATION

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Scanning the object completely. Disassembling the object and sending all the information about the object. Reassembling the object from the information which was sent. STEPS INVOLVED IN TELEPORTATION

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SF-Teleportation P-Teleportation VM-Teleportation Q-Teleportation E-Teleportation Human Teleportation CLASSIFICATION

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The more precisely the position is determined, the less precisely the momentum is known in this instant, and vice versa. --Heisenberg 1927 Heisenberg in 1927. Noncommuting operators:

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(Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Entanglement) Involves two separate particles behaving as if they were essentially one and the same even though they are separated by a great distance. HEISENBERG COMPENSATOR

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By using entanglement transmission is

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The man is standing on a platform called transporter and he is beamed up part by part and teleported accordingly. The human body consists of 1028 atoms. So we have to teleport these atoms with exact precision. A duplicate of the person would be made at the other end. HUMAN TELEPORTATION

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1028 atoms More than a trillion trillion atoms. Would the person being transported actually be “transported”? Molecules couldn't be even a millimeter out of place, lest the person arrive with some severe neurological or physiological defect.

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HOW IT BE POSSIBLE:- Teleportation would combining genetic cloning with digitization. In this biodigital cloning, tele-travelers would have to die, in a sense. Their original mind and body would no longer exist. Instead, their atomic structure would be recreated in another location, and digitization would recreate the travelers' memories, emotions, hopes and dreams. So the travelers would still exist, but they would do so in a new body, of the same atomic structure as the original body, programmed with the same information.

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Biggest problem in human teleportation

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One scans out part of the information from object A (the original). Two objects B and C are prepared and brought into contact (i.e., entangled), and then separated. At the sending station object B is scanned together with the original object A. QUANTUM TELEPORATAION

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While causing the remaining, unscanned, part of the information in A to pass, via EPR entanglement, into another object C. This scanned information is sent to the receiving station. Object A itself is no longer in its original initial state, having been completely disrupted by the scanning process.

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In 1993, the idea of teleportation moved out of the realm of science fiction and into the world of theoretical possibility. It was then that physicist Charles Bennett and a team of researchers at IBM confirmed that quantum teleportation was possible, but only if the original object being teleported was destroyed. This revelation, first announced by Bennett at an annual meeting of the American Physical Society in March 1993

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Application #1 : Forward Time Travel Do not reconstruct a teleported human immediately. From the person’s point of view its just like a forward time Travel. Application #2 : Fastest way of Travelling If human teleportation becomes possible, it will be the fastest Way of travelling for humans. But it will be very costly. APPLICATIONS

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Application #3 : Quantum Cryptography Quantum Cryptography allows the transmission of information with 100% security as ensured by the laws of physics. Potential application +3ons for commerce and military Application #4 : Quantum Computation Moore’s law predicts that computer double its speed, memory, Performance etc. every 18 months. But the size and weight of Computers remain the same.

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It means more and more is expected from fewer and fewer atoms. Eventually classical physics will no longer be valid. A new way of computing is required. Need qubit(quantum binary digits) rather than bits. A qubit can be either 0 or 1 or both simultaneously. So Quantum computers are required which are very fast computers running on quantum information. A numerical coefficient representing the probability for each state. Qubit

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Teleporting is one of the most envisioned science fiction that we are encountering these days and Dulyawat Wongnawa has designed the Teleport Fridge concept to be a part of it. This Teleport Fridge has used the touch screen technology to build the interface for the teleportation method which is effective and user friendly. TELEPORT FRIDGE

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This technology may be risky for human teleportation because the information recorded may get corrupted in transmission and also real person has been destroyed. This technology is still in its infancy. It has been possible until now to teleport a single atom only and that over a small distance only CONCLUSION

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Thank you….