In a stunning advancement of cutting-edge particle physics, a team of Chinese scientists succeeded in teleporting particle-state information across a distance of 9.9 miles.
“This is the longest reported distance over which photonic teleportation has been achieved to date, more than 20 times longer than the previous implementation,” Discovery News quoted Cheng-Zhi Peng, one of the co-authors of the study and a scientist at University of Science and Technology of China and Tsinghua University in Beijing, as saying.
The implications for the practice of radionics are profound. One of the (quite valid) critiques of radionic technology is that using devices such as the Hieronymus machines to “heal at a distance” appears to violate the laws of causality as defined by the Special Theory of Relativity. The transmission appears to be instantaneous regardless of distance, and is unaffected by limits such as the inverse square law that govern electromagnetism.
Popular Science explains:
It works by entangling two objects, like photons or ions. The first teleportation experiments involved beams of light. Once the objects are entangled, they’re connected by an invisible wave, like a thread or umbilical cord. That means when something is done to one object, it immediately happens to the other object, too. Einstein called this “spooky action at a distance.
Radionics researchers will immediately recognize the idea of a”thread” or “umbilical cord” connecting the particles of objects that were originally in contact with each other, for this is the basis by which a radionic witness (such as hair samples or even photographs) can be used to cause changes in the object from which it was taken.
Physical scientists have only succeeded in experiments with photons and other sub-atomic particles. But (with apologies to Professor Einstein) the phenomenon is real and measurable. Once relegated to a mathematical oddity only found in extremely tiny distances, quantum entanglement is on the verge of being a practical technology that could lead to communication devices (like the “ansible” of science fiction author Ursula K. LeGuinn) that transmit messages faster than light over any distance. Could a viable proof of eloptic energy effects be forthcoming in the near future?