In the media there were reports that the unusually cold spring and early summer in many cities can be linked with the work of a Chinese satellite quantum communication Mo-Tzu. Reportedly, the equipment on Board the spacecraft in some way affects the climate.
The satellite Mo-Tzu, which started in 2011, and the launch took place less than a year ago, is designed to conduct experiments on quantum teleportation over record large distances. If successful, China plans to send into space and other space vehicles such purpose, and by 2030 to a global network of quantum communication.
According to the portal planet-today.ru and some other media, about at the height where the satellite was recorded a tenfold increase in the number of negatively charged atmospheric particles, which, according to the same media, could have an effect on the weather. However, in the relevant messages is not reported whether the source of this information though how many authoritative experts.
It should be noted that in reality the experiments conducted by the Chinese satellite, it is hardly fraught with “side effects” of this kind. Despite the exciting name, quantum teleportation does not represent a process on the verge of fantasy. We are not talking about the movement of matter across vast distances, but only about using the phenomenon of quantum entanglement for data transmission. As one of the quantum entangled particles you can check the status of another, and it allows you to share information with almost zero probability of “listening”.
Quantum teleportation is not the only phenomenon, the study of which is alarming not experienced in the science of people. For example, not long ago, the media have spread rumors that the launch of a new particle accelerator will lead to the emergence of a black hole or portal to another dimension.