The Flash is a popular series on the CW. We know the superhero doesn’t exist but did CCTV catch a real-life teleportation?
The Flash has been a successful comic book character since 1940 where he first appeared as Jay Garrick. He has had other aliases such as Wally West. However, current viewers of the hit TV series on the CW know him as Barry Allen.
We know that he is a fictional character. No one is as fast as him, not even Usain Bolt.
That being said, CCTV footage obtained by Maxi Gadget appears to have captured a man being teleported into the middle of a busy intersection. Just in time to save a bicyclist from being hit by a truck. Sounds crazy, right?
However, we are inching closer to the world of David Cronenberg’s The Fly and teleportation. Currently, we have the ability to transport information coded in bits using quantum entanglement. We aren’t at the stage where we can just beam ourselves to whatever destination we choose, though.
In 2017, China successfully teleported photons 869.9197 miles from our planet to the Micius satellite that is orbiting us. Right now, it is all about learning this process before advancing into actually moving humans from point A to point B.
There are many things that we do not understand in this world. What you are about to see could be clever editing or maybe something else. Watch as The Flash saves a man from certain death at 16 seconds.
It looks like both individuals vanished into thin air because the driver of the truck immediately stopped after passing through the intersection to see where they went. This alleged incident may have been a promo for a video game. If so, it has some pretty amazing visual effects.
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