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I guess you're referring to quantum electrodynamics / QED as being a mode of transfer for information (electrons absorbing and emitting photons). But in quantum teleportation, information is not exchanged via the interaction of light/photons and matter/electrons in the sense that it is transferred via QED. Teleportation occurs via entanglement, which in turn is now thought to occur via wormholes (Einstein–Rosen bridge).
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The quantum vacuum state does exist, though it does contain fluctuations of energy in the form of 'virtual particles' popping in and out of existence / particle annihilation. But I'm pretty sure the quantum vacuum does not contain hydrogen.
...I wish to see that quantum vacuum...but vacuum as a state doesn't exist...only theoretical in calculations...empty spaces doesn't exist...to believe in teleportation without physical transportation is like to believe in supranatural forces...
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