Physicists at the University of Queensland in Australia claim to have discovered teleportation in time. As well as quantum physics can teleport through space, they say that the same thing is possible and in time.
Their discovery shows that the complex quantum particles can travel into the future without the actual presence of time between now and the future.
Before, we knew that quantum teleportation works in space. Two identical particles in different locations are linked in such a way that when the state of one, the other also changes, no matter what the distance between them *. This phenomenon, which is not subject to our understanding of reality, and with this discovery, it has become even more complex.
Scientists Jay Olson and Timothy Ralph claim that the quantum correlation is a fundamental part of the universe, and works both in space and in time, so changing the state of the particles today, changes the state of the same particle in the future, even if the particle does not exist between the two time points. Here's how it works:
Imagine … an experiment that Ralph and Olson describe in which a qubit (quantum bit, approx. Mixednews) is sent into the future. The idea is that a detector acts on a qubit and then generates a message about how this particle can be detected. Then, at some point in the future, another detector at the same point in space receives the message and performs the necessary measurements, thereby restoring the qubit.
But there is one thing. Olson and Ralph said that the discovery of the qubit in the future must be balanced with the time of its creation in the past. "If the past detector was active at a quarter to 12, the detector must be activated in the future in exactly 15 minutes, the first to achieve interdependence", they say. For this reason they call this process "teleportation in time."
*The author seems to say about the difference of charges of elementary particles. Quantum physics states that when broken elementary particles at the quantum level, due to the fundamental laws must be raznozaryazheny. As long as the observer does not find out what the charge in one of the particles, both of which are in the superposition (under uncertainty). As soon as the observer discovers that one particle has, say, a negative charge, and the other comes out instantly superposition, and acquires a certain charge, becoming (in this case) is positive. Thus, as the modern quantum physics, the transfer of information is available instantly at any distance. If you separate the two particles in a superposition, and send them, say, in different galaxies means that a charge of one of the particles in a galaxy, the second particle instantaneously "know" about what the charge has it.
However, many point to the shortcomings of the current quantum physics, which leads to the wrong conclusion (Anon).