Several days ago I’ve come across a document called “Teleportation Physics Study”. This is a real research paper released into the public domain. The research was done by Eric Davis of Warp Drive Metrics, and funded by the US Air Force, specifically Air Force Research Laboratory (AFMC) at Edwards AFB. It was performed in 2004. The purpose of the study:

“This study was tasked with the purpose of collecting information describing the

teleportation of material objects

, providing a description of teleportation as it occurs in physics, its theoretical and experimental status, and a projection of potential applications. The study also consisted of a search for teleportation phenomena occurring naturally or under laboratory conditions that can be assembled into a model describing the conditions required to accomplish the transfer of objects.”

The study deals with about 5 types of teleportation, from science fiction to psychokinesis (PK). Of course, i got interested with the PK teleportation, or p-Teleportation as it is called in the document.

This section on p-Teleportation, starting from page 55 in the paper describes, among other things various researches held in other countries, especially in Peoples Republic of China (PRC) under strict scientific conditions. I was amazed by the scale of these studies and the fact that I haven’t heard about them earlier. Here are some quotes:

“One of the more interesting examples of controlled experiments with

Uri Geller

was one in which

he was able to cause a part of a vanadium carbide crystal to vanish

(Hasted et al., 1975). The crystal was encapsulated so it could not be touched, and it was placed in such a way that it could not be switched with another crystal by sleight of hand.”


“A more spectacular series of rigorously controlled (and repeatable!) laboratory experiments occurred in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC). In September 1981, an extraordinary paper was published in the PRC in the journal Ziran Zazhi (transl.: Nature Journal), and this paper was entitled, “

Some Experiments on the Transfer of Objects Performed by Unusual Abilities of the Human Body

” (Shuhuang et al., 1981). The paper reported that

gifted children were able to cause the apparent teleportation of small objects

(radio micro-transmitters, photosensitive paper, mechanical watches, horseflies, other insects, etc.)

from one location to another

(that was meters away)

without them ever touching the objects beforehand

. The experiments were operated under exceptionally well- controlled conditions (both blind and double-blind). The researchers involved included not only observers from various PRC colleges and medical research institutes, but also representatives from the PRC National Defense Science Commission.”

“… the

radio micro-transmitter

used as a test specimen in one series of experiments (Shuhuang et al., 1981)

transmitted a radio signal

to several stationary electronic instruments/receivers,

so that the specimen could be tracked and monitored

(via signal amplitude and frequency measurements)

during the teleportation process

; the experimenters discovered that there was large fluctuations in the intensity (in both amplitude and frequency) of the monitored signal to the effect that it would either completely disappear or become extremely weak (to the extent that the monitoring instruments could scarcely detect it) – it was discovered that there was a definite correlation between the change in strength (i.e., radical frequency shifts were observed) of the monitored radio signal and the teleportation of the test specimen, such that the weak or absent signal indicated that

the specimen was “nonexistent” (or in an altered physical state) during teleportation

(note: the monitored signal amplitude and frequency of the micro-transmitter specimen were stable before and after teleportation);”

This is all really amazing, proving the psychokinesis exists. The author of the study also concluded that of all the types of teleportation the one that should be more practical is p-Teleportation.

Links: Teleportation Physics Study