If quantum teleportation could teleport a whole human, would that transported human really be the same person or just an exact copy?

At the present time we can only teleport photons, particles of light and atoms like cesium and rubidium.  That is it for the present time.  However, in the coming years we do expect to be able to teleport molecules, maybe water, carbon dioxide.  After that who knows? Maybe even DNA, maybe organic molecules. 


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  1. I can say with 100% certainty, it would not be the same person. The amount of information contained in a human body is astronomical. This creates a higher mathematical probability (nearing infinity) that some of that information would be lost. Even if applying a future chaos theory to extract missing coherent data from a fading signal would not work due to the biological body always being in constant flux. The Neurotransmitters which send chemical messages between neurons are never at rest, thus recreating that snapshot of a moment of the brain precisely in time would be impossible. Even computer programs never make exact copies of programs over time due to these quantum chaotic fluctuations.

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    1. Hey James you should talk to me I teleported.. I dont feel the same but I might be.I try to understand more about Life and MY BODY I DEFINITELY DON'T FEEL HUMAN ANYMORE...I used to tho.
      Brollinsjr@hotmail.com
      6095080504 for inquiry

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    2. Hey James you should talk to me I teleported.. I dont feel the same but I might be.I try to understand more about Life and MY BODY I DEFINITELY DON'T FEEL HUMAN ANYMORE...I used to tho.
      Brollinsjr@hotmail.com
      6095080504 for inquiry

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