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my screen name for tonight is hello
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24820424


our friend she has flu , i was in bed
hope it was a fun night
 Quoting: aether


our friend?
who what?

ok...

well the guy spoke so fast it was hard to soak anything in
it went into mega over time
at the end you can ask questions

so I asked 3
on all of them he failed
to me felt like that whole time listening was a waste of time freaked for nothing abut things he was talking about
like example he was saying HAARP is something that feeds an entity
something something like that

I asked him about the
voice of god weapon
what the entities looked like
and about the Anunnaki

any hoot......................


this is on the front page of wired



The Race to Bring Quantum Teleportation to Your World
There is an international quantum teleportation space race heating up. Around the world, countries are investing time and millions of dollars into the technology, which uses satellites to beam bits of quantum information down from the sky and and could profoundly change worldwide communication.

This is not a maybe-sort-of-one-day quantum technology. Quantum teleportation has been proven experimentally many times over and researchers are now eyeing the heavens as their next big leap forward. Most of what remains are the nuts and bolts engineering challenges (and some more money) before it becomes a thing of the present.

Though it may be disappointing to hear, quantum teleportation is not about instantly sending a person or object between two places – this is no “Beam me up, Scotty,” or “Bampf!” Instead, the technique involves the perhaps even freakier task of separating a subatomic particle from its quantum state.
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