There has been some recent work done on teleportation experiments:
But first it seems you have to be converted to light packets and even then it seems limited to one packet at a time. So I'd either have to experience a big weight loss or a big wait gain to make it happen. Swiping an oyster card isn't as cool but it's probably not as messy getting to work! You could avoid commuting stress but then you'd open up a whole new load of health problems.
"Bob, these unit tests failed. What were you thinking man?"
"Sorry Ralph, I'm a bit absent bodied today. I stepped into the source teleporter tube at home and it inadvertently left a micro-layer of my logic and professional sensibility on the destination chamber. Then I had to scrape it all off and manually rebuild but it didn't quite work. I can count to ten but I get the feeling I'm missing a few numbers. What was that one... five, six..six... what's this wiggly finger called again?"
"Seven?! Bob, you're an insurance write-off. Partial teleportation will count as a pre-condition now. Maybe...take the train next time"
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You've clearly never been on my morning train.
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 09:03, Mikhail Krivoshein
<[address removed]> wrote:
> Use DLR, Overground or National Rail services. Helps to keep your mind and
> senses calm.
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