# Thread: Theory of Teleportation: A Theory of Movement

1. Awfully sorry about bringing back my old thread. I'd just thought of an easier way to explain things.
To put my theory in simpler terms I'm saying that movement might be digital instead of analog when you look at it at the most extreme terms. Zooming into the particle at 1*10^? it would be digital. I am saying that perhaps everything that is analog is digital to an ultimate extreme. And therefore a particle teleports from one place to another as it is digital.
I am looking at it at a perspective of how analog exists. I'm thinking that it makes a bit of sense that analog exists as a complex variation of digital.

2. Maybe one day Stuffit Deluxe™ 2140 will allow compression of human beings.

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Stuff like that.

3. Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki
I've come up with a theory that may prove teleportation. It's a basis of movement.
It should work if you zoom in to ? accuracy. The particles would move by teleporting from one space to the next. I understand that you could add volume where it would be 1*10^-?.

But what if there is a certain point that ? ? where the particles teleport from one space to the next.
As some of us know, atoms are made of hadrons which are made of quarks which should be made of energy. Now what if the energy particles or what they consist of (maybe dimensions) move from a space to another space by teleportation.

If the theory is correct then the particles would not be of a spherical shape but a shape in which they can only teleport without leaving spaces in between. example: cube or cuboid.
I still haven't figured the whole thing out yet but any help would be appreciated.
Are you saying that on an infinitely small scale, particles would appear to be hopping from point A to point B without actually undergoing any movement in the area between A and B? And are you saying this is true because the space between A and B is infinitely small? If that's what you're saying, then your theory is kind of teleportation based on semantics rather than teleportation based on the physical behavior of teleported particles. Maybe I don't understand your theory though...

4. Can you elaborate on the analog/digital thing then?

5. We never notice what is under our noses. For we already teleport and we call it the telegraph, the telephone and the television.

The prefix, "tele", gives them away. They actually exist and we take them for granted. But we much prefer a non existent superstition.

Why are superstitions like astrology, MBTI and teleportation so popular? The reality seems to me far more interesting than the superstition.

And to understand the wonderful nature of the telegraph, the telephone and the television, all we need to do is read an original work of genius called, "Understanding Media", by Marshall McLuhan.

6. ^ But that's not teleportation. That's just a number of different conversions of energies moving from one place to another. I'm talking about how movement exists.

Originally Posted by teslashock
Are you saying that on an infinitely small scale, particles would appear to be hopping from point A to point B without actually undergoing any movement in the area between A and B?
Yes
And are you saying this is true because the space between A and B is infinitely small?
No, I'm saying how is it possible for analog to be analog? My theory states that analog exists as a digital entity which would make more sense. How is it possible for something to move from point A to point B?
If that's what you're saying, then your theory is kind of teleportation based on semantics rather than teleportation based on the physical behavior of teleported particles.
Yes, perhaps

This is just a theory. I wish to know how movement exists. I'm sharing it to see other's views on the matter.

7. Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki
^ But that's not teleportation.
That's true at the literal level but if we move up one metaphorical level, we can see that the telegraph teleports text, the telephone teleports voice, and the television teleports vision.

But what you're interested in how a quantum particle moves. And the answer is that we can describe mathematically, to ten decimal places, how a quantum particle moves. But we cannot understand it.

And that is because we don't live in the quantum world. We live in the middle between the smallest something can be - a quantum - and the largest something can be - the universe.

So we intuitively understand things in the middle but not at either end.

To understand the smallest and the largest we need to be counter-intuitive and use mathematics.

Of course all the time our intuitive minds will be trying to understand the counter-intuitive, intuitively. And it can't be done.

8. So we intuitively understand things in the middle but not at either end.
If we assumed we only need mathematics to measure the largest and the smallest (because we know everything else "intuitively"), Jerusalem would still be the center of the globe, and Jörmungardr would guard the borders of a flat Earth.

Don't mix science with metaphories.

9. For example, the computing-encoding of the entire contents of a human body would require 10 to the 28th (the number one followed by 28 zeroes) kilobytes of computer storage capacity. It would take 100 quintillion of the world's best commercially available hard drives "to store the encoded information of just one human being."

Also, "it will take more than 2,400 times the present age of the universe (about 13 billion years) to access this amount of data" from the computers, Davis writes. And "to heat up and dematerialize one human being would require . .. the energy equivalent of 330 one-megaton thermonuclear bombs."

From: Military examines 'beaming up' data, people / Critics say its extreme computing, energy needs keep teleportation unlikely for now
Looks like there's a bit of work to be done.

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