Many of us usually wonder after reading any fiction book or movie that how the life will be if things like Teleportation or Time Travel comes into reality. From the beginning most of the people has their assumptions that such things are only a fiction and can’t come into reality. Well they have to re-think about their assumptions now because:
Physicists Andrew Cleland and John Martinis from the University of California at Santa Barbara and their colleagues designed the machine — a tiny metal paddle just barely visible to the naked eye — and coaxed it into dancing with a quantum groove: First, they cooled the paddle until it reached its “ground state,” or the lowest energy state permitted by the laws of quantum mechanics (a goal long-sought by physicists). Then they raised the widget’s energy by a single quantum to produce a purely quantum-mechanical state of motion and they even managed to put the gadget in both states at once, so that it literally vibrated a little and a lot at the same time — a bizarre phenomenon allowed by the weird rules of quantum mechanics.
This has not only opened the future of human Teleportation but also the Time Travel as well. Surely, we all can’t wait to see them working in front of our eyes.
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