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А Вы знакомы с концепцией, изложенной в "Уровне шума" от Джоунса?
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С чем я только незнаком, благодаря посетителям этого форума :woohoo: Концепсией ктулху, например...
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А в дровишках что, есть упоминание о телепортации? :)

List of fiction containing teleportation

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Lady Po Nagar: The founding legend of the Kingdom of Champa (in present-day Vietnam) refers to Lady Po Nagar, originally a peasant girl who went to China, married a son of its Emperor and had two children with him. When her husband refused to let her go back to visit her family, she flung a magical piece of sandalwood into the ocean, and thereby disappeared with her children from China and reappeared at Nha Trang in Vietnam, whereupon she became the Queen of Champa.
In The Arabian Nights, djinns are depicted as capable of instantaneously transporting themselves from China to Morocco and back, and of taking with them en route as much as a whole royal palace with its entire animate and inanimate contents. This is presented as part of a djinn's inborn magic powers.
The concept of Kefitzat Haderech (Hebrew: קְפִיצַת הַדֶּרֶךְ, Qəfiẓat haDéreḫ), which literally means "contracting the path" and refers to a miraculous travel between two distant places, is recurring in Jewish culture from the Talmud up to the writings of Shmuel Yosef Agnon.
Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen features the Tarnhelm. a magic helmet which confers, among other things, the power of teleportation. Siegfried makes use of this possibility in Götterdämmerung, Act II, Scene 2.

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The Tempest. William Shakespeare toys with the idea of teleportation in The Tempest (1610–1611).[2]
Perhaps the earliest science fiction story to depict human beings achieving the ability of teleportation in science fiction is Edward Page Mitchell's 1877 story The Man Without a Body, which details the efforts of a scientist who discovers a method to disassemble a cat's atoms, transmit them over a telegraph wire, and then reassemble them. When he tries this on himself, the telegraph's battery dies after only the man's head is transmitted.[3]
The silver shoes in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz function as a teleportation device.
The idea of a matter transmitter was lampooned in the 1897 novel To Venus in Five Seconds.
The book Magic and Mystery in Tibet by French explorer Alexandra David-Néel mentions the Tibetan cultural concept of Lung-gom-pa, a special skill attainable by adepts which confers the ability to move nearly instantaneously from point to point.
Arthur Conan Doyle's The Disintegration Machine (a 1927 Professor Challenger story) also revolves around the idea of teleportation.[3]
In A Certain Magical Index, 2.3 million students have esper ability, classified from level 0 to level 5: level 0 is no ability and level 5 is the most powerful and dangerous. One of the supporting characters, Shirai Kuroko, is a teleporter; she becomes the main character in the spin-off. Her power is instant teleportation, which allows her to teleport herself and/or anything she touches under a total weight of around 130-137 kilograms to anywhere within a radius of around 81–85 meters. She is classified as Level 4. Another character, Awaki Musujime, has an ability called Move Point. Her teleportation powers are more powerful than Kuroko's, as she can teleport anything weighing up to 4,500 kg without even touching it for a distance up to 800 meters. However, due to a past trauma where she miscalculated and teleported her leg inside a wall, accidentally tearing her leg skin and muscles out from the wall and almost dying, she has a fear of using her powers on herself and feels physically ill whenever she is forced to teleport herself. This fear prevents her from becoming a Level 5.
In The Engines of Dawn teleportation works by a sort of portal that uses a technique called Fractal Compression, which unlinks molecular bonds, re-arranges them until they are satisfactorily close together, and transmits them through trans-space to another portal. The organism is rearranged to its previous size with a rush of euphoria.
In the short story "The Fly" by George Langelaan (and the two films based on it: the 1958 film The Fly and its 1986 remake), a scientist successfully teleports himself over a short distance but discovers that he has been merged with an unseen housefly that entered the telepod with him. The process of dematerialization and reconstitution combined his molecular structure with that of the fly.
Teleporting is called tessering in Madeleine L’Engle’s 1962 juvenile novel A Wrinkle in Time. She derived her term from the tesseract, or geometrical fifth dimension. The book title refers to a vague explanation of how this works given by one of her main extraterrestrial characters.
In the Harry Potter book series by J. K. Rowling, there are several methods of teleportation, all of them magical. Apparation and Disapparation allow the wizard to disappear in one location and appear in another location. If the wizard is not sufficiently skilled, he can splinch himself, meaning to leave part of himself behind. A skilled wizard can also take somebody with him while apparating. Because of the risk associated with apparation, a wizard must be of age and licensed in order to apparate; however, many wizards choose not to, as it is very dangerous. Unlicensed, untalented or unwilling wizards can use Floo powder, dust that is sprinkled over a fireplace enabling a connection to another fireplace, and Portkeys, enchanted objects that transport themselves and anyone holding them to a predetermined place at a predetermined time.
In Douglas Adams The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series teleportation has been described as "not quite as fun as a good solid kick to the head" on account of the fact that teleporting involves having your atoms ripped apart in one place and put back together somewhere else. In the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, teleportation is generally frowned upon. One popular poem from the book goes "I teleported home one night with Ron and Sid and Meg, Ron stole Meggie's heart away, and I got Sidney's leg."
In the novel Hyperion by Dan Simmons, and its sequels, teleporters known as "Farcasters" play a significant role. These teleporters are essentially portals through which people and objects can be transported. Some farcasters only transmit between two points, whilst others can transport individuals to any other farcaster in existence. Farcasters make possible many strange and advanced phenomena, such as the river Tethys (a river spanning hundreds of worlds, linked by farcaster), or houses where farcasters replace doors, allowing a single building to exist on many different planets at once. Whilst human civilization eventually comes to depend on farcasters for its survival, they permit the AI TechnoCore to parasitise on human brains as people move through the farcaster network. When this network is destroyed to prevent the TechnoCore from destroying humanity entirely, the Human Hegemony (the leading civilization at the time) collapses.
In Stephen King's short story "The Jaunt", teleportation is a routine form of transportation in the future, but sentient organisms must be asleep while undergoing the process to avoid nightmarish results. When 'Jaunting', a sentient organism's mind does not particulate when transmitted, unlike the physical matter of the organism's body. The mind therefore experiences the Jaunt, but while the particles that make up the organism travel instantaneously, to the conscious mind the trip seems to last forever. In an experiment, a convicted criminal, offered a full pardon on the condition he takes a Jaunt awake, emerges on the other side but instantly suffers a massive heart attack, uttering the cryptic phrase: "It's eternity in there..."; the story features a boy who avoided being knocked unconscious for the trip to see what it was like and was driven apparently hopelessly insane by the sheer loneliness of the experience.
In Steven Gould's book Jumper, Davy teleports (and later his wife Millie, in Reflex) by warping Space/Time around himself, creating a wormhole or gate that lets him appear instantaneously anywhere on Earth. Davy uses his power to combat terrorists and avenge his mother's death at their hands. The government figures out that Davy has teleportation powers and attempts to coerce him into working for them on covert operations. In the sequel, Reflex, a criminal organization with hooks high up in the government, use operant conditioning to force Davy to use his teleportation powers for their ends. Impulse and Exo are the third and fourth novels in the Jumper series and tell the connecting story of David and Millie's daughter Millicent "Cent" as she learns of her own teleporting abilities and how she eventually utilizes them in her own space program. The fifth novel in the Jumper universe, Jumper: Griffin's Story, is the back-story for a character from the 2008 movie Jumper and is not associated with the story or characters in the novels. In this book, an organization knows about and hunts these people that can teleport freely, considering them an abomination. The people belonging to the organization are known as Paladins and people who teleport are known as Jumpers.
In Larry Niven's Ringworld and in other novels from the Known Space universe, people travel instantaneously from point to point in glass "displacement" booths for a marginal fee. Destination is specified by dialling a destination number, much like we would dial a telephone today. Displacement actually occurs at light speed, but because any distance on earth is negligible at that speed, the trip is perceived as instantaneous.
In the 1973 short story Doomship by Frederick Pohl and Jack Williamson, teleportation allows exact duplicates of the subjects to explore the galaxy and to be placed into dangerous and ultimately lethal circumstances, without endangering the original person.[4]
The popular Russian series of children's novels, written by Kir Bulychov, as well as the television adaptation Guest from the Future, has public transportation set up in this manner on Earth of the future. In the books, the teleportation hubs are made to look like old-fashioned buses with each door having its destination written above it. A person enters the door and proceeds to the identical door on the other side, where he or she comes out in a completely different part of the planet. In the miniseries, the hubs are made to look like paper cut-outs of buses.
In Christopher Priest's 1995 novel The Prestige and the 2006 mystery thriller film version a magician uses a teleporter built by Nikola Tesla in his act.
One particularly novel variety of teleportation can be seen in Harry Harrison's short-story collection One Step from Earth, nine stories all revolving around a variety of teleportation Harrison calls matter transmission (or "MT"). Rather than using the Star Trek metaphor of disassembling and reassembling something, MT works by taking two screens and aligning them to share the same part of another dimension (called "B-space"). "What goes in one comes out the other", as one character puts it. The stories explore the technical difficulties of the system—the screens can be separated by theoretically infinite space, but the quality of that space (such as the presence of gravitational fields) can affect transmission—as well as the social implications of having such a device. In one story, "Waiting Place", a one-way MT screen is used to dump criminals on an isolated planet where they will only be a danger to each other; in another, "Wife to the Lord", a man achieves godhood in the eyes of his people by using the planet's sole MT screen to work miracles.
F. M. Busby's 1993 book The Singularity Project uses quantum singularities (artificial black holes) to transpose two masses.
The Stars My Destination, (also known as 'Tiger, Tiger'), by Alfred Bester, tells of a future time when psionic displacement/teleporting has become commonplace. This story is the origin of the term jaunt in the sense of personal teleportation (spelled "jaunte" in the book, from the surname, "Jaunte", of the first person to do so).[5]
In James Patrick Kelly's 1996 Hugo Award-winning story, Think Like a Dinosaur, a woman is teleported to an alien planet, but the original is not disintegrated because reception cannot be confirmed at the time. Reception is later confirmed, and the original, not surprisingly, declines to "balance the equation" by re-entering the scanning and disintegrating device. This creates an ethical quandary which is viewed quite differently by the cold-blooded aliens who provided the teleportation technology, and their warm-blooded human associates. This story was subsequently made into an episode of Showtime's acclaimed revival of The Outer Limits. Jack Chalker's Soul Rider series explores similar moral issues.
In the 2003 Michael Crichton novel Timeline, the characters are transported back through time by means of Quantum teleportation, which sends them to another universe where the present time is the past of their universe. Michael Crichton distanced himself from the 2003 film, saying it departed too much from his novel, with teleportation in the film working based on the idea that the organisation discovered a wormhole reaching into the past.
Edmund Cooper's 1964 book about a group of people, teleported to a distant world to do battle with a similarly displaced group of aliens.
In David Eddings' Belgariad and Mallorean series, sorcerers are able to 'translocate' themselves and objects through the power of "The Will and the Word".
In Sheri S. Tepper's series of books set in the world of The True Game, teleportation is one of the eleven psychic abilities which can be possessed by Gamesmen. Those Gamesmen with teleportation as their only talent are called Elators, and can 'port faster and farther than Gamesmen with teleportation plus other talents.
In Robert A Heinlein's story Tunnel in the Sky gates, more or less a way to merge 2 places in the universe together through use of a piece of hardware, are being used to colonize various planets. Our hero is taking a class on survival. The final exam is to spend a period of time (2 weeks, a month) on one of the discovered planets. All of the students are gated to assorted places on the planet, close enough to each other to that they can help each other out. But a nearby supernova disrupts the calibration of the gates, and it takes more than a year for the network to be re-established. The students form a colony of sorts, learning about the flora and fauna of the planet and how to survive.
Dragon Ball. When Son Goku leaves the destruction of the planet Namek, he lands on a planet called Yardrat. There, the inhabitants teach him how to teleport using a technique labeled Shunkan Idō (瞬間移動 lit. "Instant Movement", renamed "Instant Transmission" in Funimation's dub). The technique is capable of teleporting him from a few meters to vast interstellar distances and even across dimensions (as evident by his ability to teleport to the series' version of Hell or Heaven) as long as he is able to sense the ki of a lifeform at the location he wishes to go to. Other characters such as Cell and Majin Boo replicate the technique from Goku, or possess different variations of it.
In My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, the character Twilight Sparkle can teleport herself using her unicorn/alicorn magic. This is accompanied by a flash of light and explosive sound or sound of magic, after which she disappears and reappears on other place. Other characters, such as Nightmare Moon and Discord, can also teleport. Both Twilight and Nightmare Moon can teleport other objects or beings besides themselves. The limits of such magic are not known, but in the season 2 episode "Dragon Quest", Twilight has trouble teleporting all her friends to safety.
The Neal Asher novel Gridlinked (and almost all other novels set in the same universe) makes frequent reference to teleporters known as "Runcibles" which link much of human civilization together (runcible linked worlds form the "Polity", a semi-utopian AI-controlled civilization). These allow for instantaneous teleportation between any two points in the runcible grid. They can be used to transport objects or information, and can be used for time travel (although this normally has serious complications). Despite their widespread usage in this fictional universe, runcibles have not replaced faster-than-light space travel, which remains a common occurrence in the polity.
Teleportation is a principal plot device in the Harold Shea stories by L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt and later other others. The protagonists utilize teleportation to project themselves into the universes and worlds, but it is an inexact science, and they miss their target realities as often as they hit them. Teleportation is also used to extract others, and again there is uncertainty of who or what you would get.[6]
The authors of the Golden Age of Science Fiction (1938 to 1946) used the concept of teleportation extensively. Arthur C. Clarke's "Travel by Wire!" (first published in Amateur Science Stories, December 1937), A. E. van Vogt's The World of Null-A (Astounding Science Fiction, August 1945), Isaac Asimov's "It's Such a Beautiful Day" (Star Science Fiction Stories No.3, 1954), George Langelaan's "The Fly" (Playboy, June 1957) and Algis Budrys' Rogue Moon (Gold Medal Books, 1960) feature teleportation.
The Keys to the Dimensions series of novels, written by Kenneth Bulmer, are about a number of dimensions that can be accessed by gates: "thin" places between the dimensions that can be pierced in a number of ways. Porteurs are psi-talented persons who can open the link. The Porvone Portal of Light and the Slikketer Window are two devices which can also open the link. In some of the novels, the character "The Contessa" is searching for or has developed an electronic device that can also open the links. The novels include:
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С чем я только незнаком, благодаря посетителям этого форума :woohoo: Концепсией ктулху, например...

Кстати, очено плодотворная концепция
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Согласитесь, что это всё - лишь декларация о намерениях...Fiction в чистом виде.Даже не научная...В то время как насекомые - это уже бионика... :) :popcorn:
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зачем вообще интересует тебя телепортация? вот меня вообще не колышет :dontknow:

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вот меня вообще не колышет :dontknow:
А что тебя колышет? :)

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настоящая наука :xren:

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PauLita wrote:
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Согласитесь, что это всё - лишь декларация о намерениях...Fiction в чистом виде.Даже не научная...В то время как насекомые - это уже бионика... :) :popcorn:

Глубоко ошибаетесь! Fiction - это не фикция, а ...
Подучите англицкий. :idea:
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А что это такое? И для чего? ;) :writing: :flag: :popcorn:

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Глубоко ошибаетесь! Fiction - это не фикция, а ...
Ну, фантастика...Суть от этого не меняется...Фактологии -то нету... :(
На базе подобных измышлений, продиктованных лишь желанием, невозможно построить ни какую гипотезу, а тем более, модель процесса... :mad: :crycry: :writing: :popcorn:
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НЕТ, не фантастика, так как фантастика - зто Science Fiction!
А вот атты - это Fiction, "Уровень шума" - это Fiction, и вообще, вы до сих пор не представили ничего, кроме Fiction :hihihi:
Так о чем разговор? - О мифах и легендах?
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неграмотей-с, бл@, божий одуванчик-с :lol:
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Так о чем разговор? - О мифах и легендах?
Так кубиты и Алиса с Бобом - тоже мифы, абсолютно не отражающие проблему классического понимания трансфера. МощИ не хватит и всей энергии планеты для реализации подобных направлений. Может, только в плане "нового" поколения компьютеров, хотя всё также далеких от природных прототипов... :flag:
А Вы ведь тоже не представили ни одной идеи...Копипасты - не в счет... ;)
А Хадуку идеи и даром не надоть... :lol: :writing: :popcorn:
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А Вы ведь тоже не представили ни одной идеи...Копипасты - не в счет... ;)

Однако, как оказалось, кому и кобыла невеста :lol:
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зачем вообще интересует тебя телепортация
Реализация трансфера в комплексе со смежными технологиями позволит решить большую часть проблем населения Земли, в первую очередь - проблему ресурсов... ;)

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И космические корабли забороздят просторы Вселенной...
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Если будет на то необходимость...

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Конечно будет! - или ты будешь телепортироваться хз куда? - Нет - просторы Вселенной будут бороздимы космическими кораблями на миоцелевой биологической телепортационной тяге, сходной по принцыпам к аттовской. :writing:
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сходной по принцыпам к аттовской
Это по какому же принцИпу? У мифов уже появились принципы? :? :writing: :popcorn:

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кубиты и Алиса с Бобом - тоже мифы, абсолютно не отражающие проблему классического понимания трансфера. МощИ не хватит и всей энергии планеты для реализации подобных направлений. Может, только в плане "нового" поколения компьютеров, хотя всё также далеких от природных прототипов
что не предложение, то не ахинея: :tired:

кто такой "классический" трансфер, хайд, какой мощИ вам не хфатает? :dontknow:

кубиты отдают мифами толко для ни на йоту не отчаливающего в физике, а кто такие "природные прототипы" компьютеров только хз :tired:

Сказка для взрослых _ Телепортация (Transfer) 02 Июнь 2019 15:05 #292

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Ладно, я понял, что ботам не преподают физику в полном объеме... :P Им впаривают "настоящую науку"... :crycry: :popcorn:

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Реализация трансфера в комплексе со смежными технологиями позволит решить большую часть проблем населения Земли, в первую очередь - проблему ресурсов... ;)
ага, и за счёт каких ресурсов (тоже телепортированных? :hihihi: ) телепортированные нещастники смогут уцелеть в космосе? :popcorn:
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Сказка для взрослых _ Телепортация (Transfer) 02 Июнь 2019 15:27 #294

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Ладно, я понял, что ботам не преподают физику в полном объеме... :P Им впаривают "настоящую науку"... :crycry: :popcorn:
мечтателям праздным не заморачивающимся физикой те, кто заморачиваются, кажутся ботами, ага :hihihi:
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Древние Храмы – как порталы для телепортации в Прошлом?
midgard-edem.org/?p=3977
Кто что скажет по поводу?

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по поводу скажу я, что повод этот хуй*ня, а ты продолжаешь скатываться в болото магий и лженауки :(
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Не удивил...

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... и ты :crycry:

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Восстановлением звуков прошлого и их интерпретацией занимается новая дисциплина на стыке археологии и акустической физики — акустическая ареология, или археоакустика. О ее необходимости ученые говорили давно, но только развитие компьютерных технологий позволило моделировать звуки прошлого с такой точностью, будто они звучат прямо сейчас.
travelask.ru/blog/posts/7776-chto-izucha...ologii-arheoakustika

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