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Mission Impossible for Russia by 2035: Teleportation

The thought of absolute teleportation finally dawning upon us? Exciting.

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Teleportation, we have all dreamed of it. We have all watched it in Star Trek. And soon enough, it may no longer be a figment of our imagination.

Source: Delft University of Technology

An extraordinary breakthrough from engineers and scientists at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands proved that teleportation is indeed possible: at least sub-atomically, which were three meters apart with 100% reliability. But this is only the start.

Are we finally going to experience teleportation? Source: Giphy

Now, Russia wants to take it way further. Being a part of the National Technological Initiative, transporting a human being is now being push to Vladimir Putin. A proposed multi-trillion pound strategic development program that will give us the technology by 2035 is now at the desk of the Russian Federation President.

Alexander Galitsky, a prominent investor in the country’s technology sector said, “It sounds fantastical today, but there have been successful experiments at Stanford at the molecular level. Much of the tech we have today was drawn from science fiction films 20 years ago.”

No need for special effect because it might already happen. Source: Buddy TV

The $2.1 trillion program also consists of various cybernetics efforts other than teleportation: develop a Russian computer programming language, secure cybernetic communications, quantum computing, and neural interfaces (direct connections between computers and human brains).

But the thought of absolute teleportation finally dawning upon us? Exciting.

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