Re: Teleportation By: sesa / Knowledgeable Dec 10, 2010
Post # 4
Even though those spells are in the section it does not mean they work. :) Spells help you achieve realistic scenarios, it sticks to the laws of nature. This being said, no teleportation is not possible.
you can do it again. And yes teleportation is possible, next time before you post something do you research. Our world can be manipulated easily (if it couldnt be manipulated, no magic would exist beside role play) and since space is curved why shouldnt one be able to teleport? Location is ONLY a attribute of matter, if you change that attribute the matter you are working with instantly changes its position in space. and that is called teleportation.
Please contact me if you would like to know more :)
laws of nature are false. they are not 100% right, they are not some sort of sacred unbreakable truth. If you would live 100 years ago i am certain you would be one of those people that would claim that flying is impossible.
Re: Teleportation By: AwakeTooLong Moderator / Knowledgeable Dec 10, 2010
Post # 8
I agree. I would love to see the research backing this. Most I have seen presented was entirely rooted within fiction and presented in a roleplay format.
Further, the idea that space is curved is also somewhat rooted in theoretical science. Just as all of the "laws" of nature. Changing attributes, such as location, is not a terribly simple thing or we would have developed teleportation as a means of locomotion before we learned to walk. The simple fact is that walking (and combustion, spaceflight, etc) was developed first because bending physics to force yourself through space while ignoring the time factor requires vast amounts of energy and is intensely complex; walking and all mechanical/chemical means of locomotion are simply easier.
Within the same theory that states space is curved, it is still generally believed that energy remains constant. Therefore it would require the same amount of energy to walk 100 miles as it would to teleport there. An unfit person would likely teleport and immediately begin suffering from severe fatigue and exhaustion at best, particularly since it would have to happen in an instant rather than over time. Why? Because it would, in theory, require the same amount of energy for them to move there but it would be taken from the body all at once. Otherwise, teleporting minimal distances that would result in no such strain is, well, entirely pointless.
Anything is possible I suppose. So please provide a link to or site your research, or feel free to teleport onto my porch.
Re: Teleportation By: Brysing Moderator / Adept Dec 11, 2010
Post # 9
Joey! Both my parents were born over 100 years ago. My grandparents, obviously, even earlier. They all believed that humans could fly. In an airship, aeroplane, a hot air balloon , even with a large kite! But the idea of "flying" without any aid?
Oh,dear! Harry Potter is alive and well!
its possible its just one of the most advanced things you can do, since most people cant even do the basic stuff, they dont even believe it can be done (like brysing for example). Try teleporting a psi ball into the hands of another person sitting in the next room or next to you, its a good exercise to begin with.