Teleportation suddenly 'not impossible'

Inventions whose existence was once only speculated in science fiction are becoming real. What's next?

In a new book, teleportation is categorized as a mere "Type I impossibility"--meaning it doesn't defy the laws of physics and given the state of today's technology, could be realized within 100 years. Want to know what else physicists are saying is "someday possible," "somewhat impossible," and "totally impossible," given current scientific knowledge?

Read the full article on MSNBC: "Mission not-so-impossible"

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