the teleporter

Jamaica
May 18, 2010 7:13pm CST
imagine some time in the future where we step on a pad and in a snap teleported to the other side of the world. But there are some problems with that but the most difficult one to figure out isnt the amount of space to store all the particles in a human body, i think the most difficult it how to preserve all the memory that a human being had during their lifetime as this memory is intangible so cannot be stored and is the only way that we have to really call our selves humans. tell me what you think
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@rsa101 (24236)
• Philippines
19 May 10
Well the idea is some kind of futuristic to me. But I guess the problem you are proposing right now will be dealt with when the time to use this technology is already available. For now it is purely science fiction and there is nothing we can do about that for now.
• Jamaica
20 May 10
lol thats just the problem because there is no way that this memory can be accessed by anyone and essencially this is what makes you an individual.
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@rsa101 (24236)
• Philippines
20 May 10
Well I guess science will find a way to do that. If you would recall in Star Trek they were the once that introduced cellphones. We were amazed that they were able to communicate wirelessly to one another. But now, the technology is available to most of us and we are not even aware of it at all.