what you are describing in the dream...it is a theory in quantum physics ( very fringe physics lol ) but the fact remains a person was moved thousands of KM's and arrived at the other side perfectly? ( LOL ) I highly doubt it! and a wormhole- I doubt it, it would be possible....
only in a TV show
Not only is it a show, the show is taking into account true Fringe science. They say it one way, and we can't possible prove the opposite. We can disagree but can we prove it? No.
Hence it's H's "Principle" and not "Law"
The Dramamine and lotion (etc) was good enough for me. If they had Jones melt into a puddle after his journey, then we'd have no story to tell, in that respect.
As I had mentioned on your thread “time traveling? My butt!!” I had stated the following: “If you remember, Mr. Jones had to "stand" perfectly still and prior to that he used a high degree of suntan lotion to prevent any subsequent burning from the high level of ultraviolet light that was emitted during the transfer process. He also had to take Dramamine to prevent motion sickness and nausea.” The body for a time before and after the "atomization" phase is still in its true form. And at that stage the body needs to be protected. The suntan lotion and dramamine provides the best known protection at this time to prevent the body from the ill-affects of teleportation. However, as D-Roc pointed out, one should be willing to suspend some of their disbelief for the sake of enjoying the entertainment value of the show. After all, this is “sci-fi” not “sci-fact”.
Peter: Hey Olivia, the cool thing about this is that it is also an mp3 player.
still sun lotion wont help you where you are divided into milllions of atoms....
Most of this show's episode is based on real science theories ( which we will be capable do to in less than a century ) but I am just saying that the time travel went a bit to far
" I love physics as much as I love girls"
I don't want to dive deep into this, because it is a VERY VERY controversial issue.
If technology was developed to deconstruct the human body into atoms, we would be left with "a trillion trillion" atoms. Now if technology was also capable of itemizing these atoms and putting them all in a database BASED on all the varying data of the atom, as well as how they would need to be reconstructed in order to reproduce the human body again, THEN teleportation would be possible.
Now once again, our technology is a great deal away from being able to do such. And such a feat seems impossible. But we have been progressing slowly towards the ability to actually accomplish it. Teleportation does bring up a lot about the uncertainty principal.
But even still, several well distinguished physicists have found reason to criticize the principle. So it is still up in the air.