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.