The aspiration for instant travel encouraged particle physicist Vittorio Moulano to invent a teletransporter machine. The invention consists of two cabinets: a sender and a receiver. However, the invention has great limitations. To begin with, the distance at which the traveler is teletransported does not exceed three feet, so a one yard travel would take approximately a year (not to mention the effort it would take to manually move both cabinets every three feet.) Another difficulty has to do with the scientific verification. Indeed, for no apparent reason, the experiment needs to be done in the dark, so there is always the question whether the traveler moves from one cabinet to the other on his own feet and under the protection of the shadows. On the other hand, what makes scientists suspicious the most is the fact that there is no technology associated with the machine: the cabinets are nothing special. In addition, Moulano has a long criminal record for fraud, extortion and the continuous transport of a giraffe from Florence to Rome for no apparent reason.
MAN BEING TELETRANSPORTED: