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How To Move Particles In Solid?

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Default How To Move Particles In Solid?



How to rearrange particles in matter?

The goal is to create a device that moves
each and every particle of a particular
object to a new location
at the same time thus transforming
this object into another.(e.g. a spoon into
a cup by rearranging its molecules or one
chemical element into another by rearranging
its subatomic particles(not by common nuclear reacton).
What method can be used?
Maybe it can be done by using nanorobots of some kind
or quantum teleportation, or, say, tiny Einstein-Rosen Bridges
(also known as "traversable wormholes)"? The process itself is possible since
it does not violate the laws of physics.
Any tips?
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