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to future astronaut trainers.

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Started: 6/19/2016 Category: Science
Updated: 11 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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vi_spex

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droids establishing teleportation points on non hostile planets minimize education in space travel
Sanders2k16

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I DIsAGREE
Debate Round No. 1
vi_spex

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thats because you are wrong
Sanders2k16

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Thank you for this grand debate of less than 50 words total, and thank you all for voting for me to win!
Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by ItsTheBaconDoge 11 months ago
ItsTheBaconDoge
You do prove a valid point, but it is highly subjective and conjectural. Especially since there isn't a definite amount of time wasn't listed, but analyzing my evidence, there is a possibility that we will find easier ways to travel through the universe, rather than being transported 8.23 quintillion miles away from the planet Earth, a single particle at a time. If humans were bad at predicting limits, how would we be able to predict things that are definite? We could predict that gravity pulls items toward the center of the earth and how fast, by using physics theorems and laws. Assuming the fact that teleportation violated Einstein's Theory of General Relativity. Also, assuming that we tried to teleport to said planet at the speed of sound or 1125.33 miles per second in space It would take roughly 73,134,103,000,000,000,000 hours, or about 73.1 quintillion hours to transport a single atom, and it would take roughly 2,720,588,600,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, or about 2.72 decillion hours to transport your entire body. It seems that we would be able to find a loophole over this transportation. More like a wormhole.
Posted by Sanders2k16 11 months ago
Sanders2k16
You should not make definite comments like that or listen to people that do. They may be right for the forseeable future, but they will likely be proved wrong in the future. We as humans are very bad at predicting our limits, especially when we make comments about forever and not for now.
Posted by ItsTheBaconDoge 11 months ago
ItsTheBaconDoge
Those aren't my words, those are the words of others who have scientifically tested the possibilities of teleportation. I am simply elaborating on their points.
Posted by vi_spex 11 months ago
vi_spex
so you know the limits to possibilities of teleportation
Posted by ItsTheBaconDoge 11 months ago
ItsTheBaconDoge
There wouldn't essentially be a point in teleportation, because the nearest habitable planet is 14 light years (8,230,000,000,000,000 miles or 8.23 quintillion miles) away. It would be pointless to teleport that long and very hard. Teleportation so far, is able to only transport an atom over the distance of 3 meters, and the chances of your atoms being re-arranged in the process is extremely high. Teleportation is more of an earth thing, rather than a space thing, and is really dangerous.
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