One of the age-old dreams of science fiction writers may very soon be a reality. We are all familiar with the concept of teleportation from popular TV programmes like Star Trek, EastEnders and Cheers. Now scientists in Norway have discovered that - in theory, at least - teleportation is feasible.
There are, however, limitations. Due to the phenomenal amounts of energy required the furthest distance it would be possible to transport any object is two and a half feet. The team believes that in less than two years it can have a fully-functional teleportation device up and running. It is expected to cost around two and a half billion pounds, require the entire energy output of western Europe, and be extremely useful for getting things down out of high cupboards.
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