Tag: teleportation

Did The US Navy Teleport A Ship?

The Philadelphia Experiment is the story of a military exercise gone horribly wrong. In October of 1943, the USS Eldridge supposedly was teleported from the shipyards of Philadelphia to Norfolk, Virginia, with some disastrous results.

Much of the mythology of the story comes from a man who went by the name of Carlos Allende, but was he a credible witness? Did the US Navy have a secret program in place in WWII? And is teleportation possible?

Why Teleportation Would Most Likely Kill You

Teleportation has been a staple of science fiction and futurism for decades. But is it all it’s cracked up to be?

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From the story of Gil Perez in 1593 to the Philadelphia Experiment in 1943 to Star Trek, the idea of teleportation is one that captures our collective imaginations. But would the process of taking you apart atom by atom and reconstructing you on the other end have some serious unintended consequences?

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