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transporting hazards?

miklamar

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Report this Oct. 10 2012, 1:18 pm

I was just wondering.  Would storms or other bad weather affect teleporting ("beaming") from one place to another?  Are the beams so intense that your atoms would move between raindrops or snowflakes, or could you wind up with a more-watery version of yourself?  Also, what about lightning?


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MoppyCGDaniels

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Report this Oct. 10 2012, 2:40 pm

My guess is alike radiation in a planet's atmosphere or ionization would effect a transporter beam. That could also efect it on a ship with survier condition. Transporter malfunctions are known to happen if these at least rare.


 


For rain or storms during beaming it would be the same as transporter accidents are avoidable. I mean bad weather is less a risk compare to any radiation, but could efect the sequence during the process for not being standart.

username8434

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Report this Oct. 10 2012, 4:40 pm

They have metioned Transporter burns before

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