go to the Technology Review link I posted in my post 1, they have more explanation.
But basically something is in one place, then the same/or at least identical something appears at a different location, without it having actually having moved there by moving through the space between the two location.
Hi, I am here at point A.
Next I am calling for you from point B, without actually being observed on route from A to B.
I'm not sure but doesn't that imply the transit time from 'A' is 'B' zero? That would be very hard to measure since our instruments are bound by light speed, in any event it would allow the transfer of information at intergalactic distance faster then light speed, yes?
SETI calling on line 2...
Are you Speedy Gonzales? Andelay! Andelay!
My stomach when I got dysentary in the jungles of Guatemala?
Hello — OK, so maybe it shouldn’t include the syllable “port”? To me, “porting” means moving something, with or without “tele”.
If you have the same program open twice on a PC, it is considered Multiple Instances. That sounds like what this is.
An instance is an occurrence of an object, regardless of how many times the object occurs, with identicality being implied/assumed thanks to Spooky Action.
The quick verb could be “Spooky”, meaning make another instance of something (wherever).
If I have item X in New York, and want it to also be in London, I could “Spooky” it to London. And, by Spooky Action (no transporting involved), it is there. And, in London, it is equally as X as it is in New York.
I do not pick up from the article that the original in New York would disappear. In fact, it is not relevant unless the Effect of Spooky Action continues past creation, which is not, as I can tell, herein implied.
If the Effect of Spooky Action were continued past creation, the items could be considered “Haunted”.
I believe the items actually are Haunted in Theoretical Quantum Mechanics, but we haven’t done that in the laboratory.
Also, in cases where there is Haunting, which Instance inherits change (via Spooky Action) from which, if they are Identical? Would change occur in either direction? Sounds like conflicts would occur. And what if one Instance is destroyed?
Also #2: There doesn’t seem to be a limit on the number of instances. If New York & London, why not Paris & Munich?