The most mundane store has doors that open when you approach. We all have personal communicators now, but ours take pictures, play music, and have GPS. My PDA puts a tricorder to shame. Full body non-invasive scans? Check. All that was left really, from Star Trek's original kit of technology was teleportation. Well, the scientists at Neils Bohr institute in Copenhagen have got that figured out too.
They won't be beaming people around anytime soon, so keep on changing the oil in your car. But this method of transmission will make SSL encryption security look as outdated as... well... Star Trek.
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