Such an introduction in the corporate thinkpiece is designed to create global buzz about the achievements of Future Technology Consultants and, essentially, turn the scientific world on its proverbial ear. This piece will identify the theories of teleportation, including those proposed by Eric W. Davis of Warp Drive Metrics, on research grants from the Air Force Research Laboratory, who describes the Casimir Effect and Gravitationally Squeezed Vacuum Energy that make up the foundation of creating negative energy in a vacuum cylinder (Davis, 2004). Such studies identify the theoretical and scientifically-measured phenomenon which occurs as a result of manipulating particles in controlled environments. This particular study identifies the different calculations necessary to create this phenomenon, including reference to Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity. It is grounded in tangible scientific research and data from actual experimentation in the pursuit of transporting matter and particles.
NYU also describes previous research conducted on the ability of two distant objects to remain “entangled” with one another despite their distance, based on scientific calculations which seem to project instant transmission of information from point a to point b at a speed faster than light (cs.nyu.edu, 2002). This article provides the foundation of Quantum Complexity, so as to describe how this is theoretically and scientifically possible.
Cnn.com (2007) describes another piece, not necessarily befitting this thinkpiece, that involves somewhat of an opinion-based article attempting to describe the mechanics behind teleportation.