For the first time in history, scientists have designed a quantum teleporter based on black holes. The team of physicists has the vision to develop a wormhole that will enable teleportation. As Futurism reports, it requires two quantum entangled black holes, which can transport quantum information from A to B by their attraction – without destroying them.
With this knowledge, black holes would emulate the quantum teleportation that engineers use to build quantum computers. Put simply, it’s a matter of transferring encrypted information from one machine to another.
Although it may sound like science fiction at first glance, the idea of entangled black holes is not quite as fantastic. It is rather a way to improve quantum computer technology and fundamentally optimize encrypted data transmission. The quantum teleporter thus becomes a kind of transmission and encryption mechanism that would enable information to be transmitted on the fastest possible time scale.
It will still take a little time before the current physical theorem becomes really possible, since the generation and linking of black holes in a laboratory currently exceeds modern scientific possibilities. But the research team believes that they can build the mechanics by using quantum circuits that behave as if they were entangled black holes.