teleportation[tel′ə pôr tā′s̸hən]
Origin of teleportationtele- + (trans)portation
Origin of teleportationtele– + (trans)portation.
Coined by Charles Fort in his 1931 book Lo! from tele- +â€Ž transportation.
teleportation - Computer Definition
The transportation of matter through space by converting it into pure energy at the source and then reconverting it to matter at the sink. Teleportation is pure theory and will never work. The same was true of VoIP in 1990 or so, but people are still working on perfecting it. Beam me up, Scotty.