What happens if you teleport into a solid object?

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  1. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    Carlo Rossi makes a pretty good wine.

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  3. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    Well, damn.

    Thank you, Alex. Of course I meant Andrea Rossi. Mea culpa!
     
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  5. JerryG Registered Member

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    You will probably have to wait to find out if I am a crank, troll or real!
    Anybody thinking and creating outside the box is used to these remarks, water off the ducks back!
     
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  7. Daecon Kiwi fruit Valued Senior Member

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    I don't think we'll need to wait long...
     
  8. JerryG Registered Member

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    I don't think PEM's are realistic, I would doubt teleportation too if tornados weren't embedding (and probably teleporting) objects.
    There is too many alleged teleportation events happening that points to it being real, at least a very high probability. The project has 3 milestones, if the first cannot be achieved, no need to go any further. First is to duplicate embedding matter into other matter, such as happening in tornados.

    As far as billions $$$ goes, at my age money is no longer a motivation for success. I will be satisified, if successful, to teleport some of the arrogant people off the planet (just joking); I am aware they are just showing their intelligence to the world.
     
  9. Daecon Kiwi fruit Valued Senior Member

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    What are you talking about?

    Tornados don't embed anything. Where did you get that idea from?
     
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  10. JerryG Registered Member

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    Well you are right, I am not a young chicken, it will have to happen in this decade, if I am going to have any contribution to it.

    It will never be developed in someone's basement or garage, it will require a scientific team, a lab and the resources to make it happen.
     
  11. JerryG Registered Member

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    Where are you getting your information from?
    urely not from people who witness theses events after some tornados. They even took pictures; I included some on my website in the first milestone video.
     
  12. Daecon Kiwi fruit Valued Senior Member

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    Using that logic, guns "teleport" bullets into people.
     
  13. JerryG Registered Member

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    I am not running after money anymore, been there and done that. I agree with you scenario is alittle stupid, be careful you are starting to show your intelligence.
     
  14. JerryG Registered Member

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    You need to do some research on the differece between shooting bullets and what is happening in some tornados; not every tornado!

    That always baffled me, why just some tornados and not everyone. It so happens, when researcing vortex phenomena, I found a research team was studying wind vortex phenomena (nothing to do with tornados, at least directly) and in one of their experiments, something occurred that wasn't part of the planned experiment. It drastically altered their results - bingo something got embedded. This just happened within a couple of years, and for certain additional research has been expended since then. When this embedding occurs, the two objects appear to be fused together versus two independent objects, they in effect become one object unseparable. Your bullet is always a separate object - big difference.
     
  15. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    When a straw or stick is moving at 200 mph it can be imbedded into a window frame, but both of the materials are damaged. If you look at the wood cells under a microscope you will find that the cells were broken when the straw entered the wood, no magic required.

    A 2 x 4 imbedded in a steel I-beam seems more magical - do you have evidence that this has occurred?
     
  16. danshawen Valued Senior Member

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    Bad idea if it's a load bearing wall.
     
  17. JerryG Registered Member

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    Golly that's my problem, those people didn't use a microscope. One can see 2-by-4's being shot from a gun going through vinyl siding, tearing the daylights out of it.

    Also if a stem of straw is traveling 200 mph why would it stop suddenly in a window pane, or a 2-by-4 traveling 200 mph why stop half way through an I-beam.

    Also why can't you merely pull these items out from being embedded.
     
  18. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    You can.
     
  19. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    I'll bet there's one thing he can't pull out.
     
  20. JerryG Registered Member

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    You are right, a very high percentage of embedded items are merely blown into cracks and crannies, and easily removed. But those that reside outside that percentage are really embedded.
     
  21. JerryG Registered Member

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    There you go, illustrating your intelligence again.

    I understand your position, you are basing your statements on what you learned (hopefully).

    Schopenhaur stated:

    “There are three steps in the revelation of truth:
    first, it is ridiculed;
    in the second, resisted;
    in the third, it is considered self-evident.”
     
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  23. sweetpea Registered Senior Member

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    Very profound but is it true?
     

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