About teleportation of elementary particles in the future

The teleportation, I mean, is by others experiments than nowadays.About what is assumed as a particular case of the axiom of choice, see web page of Andreas Blass: http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/~ablass/dpcc.pdf
CC(only 2 through m) is the countable axiom of choice for a family of sets of n elements, n = 2 through m.

I am conjecturing that a particle is teleported when it leaves the space U(m), whereCC(only 2 through m) is true, for the space U(m + 1), where CC(only 2 through m + 1)is true, and then from U(m + 1) to U(m + 2) and so on until U(m + p).

The number of possible locations at a given time goes from m to m + p. The particle will be able to leap to more locations.The particle moves until it has m possible locations for a given time. In U(m),U1× U2×U3× ˇ ˇ ˇ is a set of possible paths and, the number of elements of Ui(set of urelements)being m, the Cartesian product is not the void set. The particle can move.
But, if the particle moves until it has m + 1 possible location for a given time, the number of elements of Ui being m + 1, the set of possible paths is the void set and the particle cannot move[ ďndefinitely]in U(m),but can in U(m + 1).

Mr. Andreas Blass pointed out that, in some models, the Cartesian product of some sets of urelements can very well be nonempty, even if other sets of the same cardinalities have empty Cartesian products.
To reply a question of Mr. Blass, going from U(m) to U(m + 1) happens in the same physical space which goes from state 1 to state 2 (until p − 1). It is an approximation to consider that several models of set theory fit within the physical space.
Adib Ben Jebara.
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