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  1. says:

    Bardzo ciekawa książka autor zaczyna od przykładów teleportacji w mass mediach poprzez odkrywanie fizyki kwantowej po kryptografię kwantową i jej komercyjne wykorzystanie oraz komputery kwantowe aż do opisu faktycznych eksperymentów które się powiodły związanych z teleportacją cząstek i atomów Zmusza do przemyśleń czy teleportacja obiektów bądź ludzi kiedyś faktycznie będzie realna?


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    Per uanto il libro possa a un primo sguardo sembrare un po' ingenuo nel tentativo di spiegare un concetto spiccatamente fantascientifico gi�� le prime pagine fanno passare uesto pensieroLa prima parte del libro �� una spiegazione ordinata lineare e comprensibile della transizione fra la fisica classica e la meccanica uantistica La chiarezza espositiva e il linguaggio rigoroso sono i fondamenti di uesto testoSuperata la parte pi�� spiccatamente teorica e storica il libro inizia a trattare di computazione uantistica e finalmente di teletrasporto da nessuna parte ci sono concessioni a discorsi esageratamente fantascientifici o non scientifici dappertutto dono esposte ricerche reali gi�� eseguite o in corso di svolgimento e le loro possibili evoluzioni nel ragionevole futuroIl libro �� confezionato in una copertina cartonata con alette di buona fattura e ottima stampa tipografica


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    uantum mechanics meets Star Trek Fascinating look at what is possible now and what might become possible before too much longer There's also a reasonably simple overview of uantum cryptography and of uantum computing When I say 'reasonably simple' I mean that I only had to read some pages 2 or 3 times before I grasped them This is one of those books that makes me feel about as smart as a beagle at certain points Just pat me on the head and give me something to nosh on stop with the euations already But I slogged on and the light would come back on and I'd be human again For me reading physics is like the long foggy walk up the hill there are periods of clarity followed by much extensive periods of fog Well worth the effort There were a few very distracting typos in the edition I had including heath death which kept me thinking of the Universe disappearing under chocolate covered toffee


  4. says:

    This book provides a summary of developments in uantum cryptographycomputing as they relate to the potential future development of teleportation in the Star Trek sense The first half of the book details the history of uantum physics with a somewhat unnecessary emphasis on various personal details about the scientists involvedI would not recommend this for anyone with at least a cursory knowledge of physics The author is a journalist of some sort and I am assuming has little to no scientific background as he does a very poor job of explaining the basics of uantum physics and doesn't bring any math whatsoever into the discussion He is at his best when he's describing the personal relationship between Einstein and Bohr and other irrelevant anecdotes


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    I read this book in one dayTeleportation The Impossible Leap was written in a very clear style that communicated the complexities of elementary uantum physics to the lay reader Me Not that I know anything about uantum physics now but it helped me understand the information better What I found most interesting was how Darling tackled the ethical problems of teleportation as well I felt it was balanced and fair with many relevant topics covered I highly recommend this book for anybody intrigued by the ethical and scientific possibilities of teleportation as well as those interested in science fiction or fantasy


  6. says:

    3 D fax here it is the essential of future travel instantaneous connections based on sub atomic particle physics and using chaos as a code to encrypt and decrypt leads to ethical uestions about who and what is real Who would have thought it?You'll never look at reality the same after reading this


  7. says:

    Although this was a difficult and technical read at some times it was very interesting and intriguing I now want to know much about entanglement uantum cryptography and uantum computers Also I am somewhat inspired to write a screenplay dealing with the philosophy and world changing effects of teleportation


  8. says:

    You thought it wasn't possible from Startrek but read this book


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Teleportation: The Impossible Leap

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An authoritative entertaining examination of the ultimate thrill ride Until recently the stuff of sci fi fiction and Star Trek reruns teleportation has become a reality for subatomic particles at least In this e Bardzo ciekawa książka autor zaczyna od przykładów teleportacji w mass mediach poprzez odkrywanie fizyki kwantowej po kryptografię kwantową i jej komercyjne wykorzystanie oraz komputery kwantowe aż do opisu faktycznych eksperymentów które się powiodły związanych z teleportacją cząstek i atomów Zmusza do przemyśleń czy teleportacja obiektów bądź ludzi kiedyś faktycznie będzie realna Kokoro: de wegen van het hart ultimate thrill ride Until recently the stuff of sci fi fiction and Star Trek reruns teleportation has become a reality for subatomic particles at least In this e Bardzo ciekawa książka autor zaczyna od przykładów teleportacji w mass mediach poprzez odkrywanie fizyki kwantowej po kryptografię kwantową i jej komercyjne wykorzystanie oraz komputery kwantowe aż do opisu faktycznych eksperymentów które się powiodły związanych z teleportacją cząstek i atomów Zmusza do przemyśleń czy teleportacja obiektów bądź ludzi kiedyś faktycznie będzie realna

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Ye opening book science author David Darling follows the remarkable evolution of teleportation visiting the key labs that have cradled this cutting edge science and relating the all too human stories behind its uantum mechanics meets Star Trek Fascinating look at what is possible now and what might become possible before too much longer There's also a reasonably simple overview of uantum cryptography and of uantum computing When I say 'reasonably simple' I mean that I only had to read some pages 2 or 3 times before I grasped them This is one of those books that makes me feel about as smart as a beagle at certain points Just pat me on the head and give me something to nosh on stop with the euations already But I slogged on and the light would come back on and I'd be human again For me reading physics is like the long foggy walk up the hill there are periods of clarity followed by much extensive periods of fog Well worth the effort There were a few very distracting typos in the edition I had including heath death which kept me thinking of the Universe disappearing under chocolate covered toffee