No, I’m not kidding. Teleportation is possible, but you might need to know a bit of quantum mechanics…
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Studies have shown that two isolated particles in a vacuum tend to entangle with each other, or send constant waves back and forth with each other. Scientists have also discovered the holy grail of science, the Higgs Boson, which entangles with any particle in any condition. All these principles can be combined to create a teleportation device to transfer an electron from one place to another, no matter how separated the two places are.
Say you have two boxes, one in the north pole and one in the south pole. Say you put an electron in Box A, and you want to get it to Box B without touching the electron. What do you do? Take two Higgs Bosons, entangle them together, and put one in each box. Since Boson A is in the same box as electron, the two entangle together, forming a three way entanglement. This means that electron will also be entangled with Boson B, so electron will be in two places at once. Separate the electron from Boson B, and it will end up in Box B.