Can Physics' Version of Cloning Ever Truly Happen?

Most people's understanding of cloning comes from biology, or creating an organism with a duplicate genome to the original. However, physics' definition is slightly more complex when it comes to the process. Cloning in physics means making sure each subatomic particle in the clone matches with the original structure. This video by MinutePhysics dives into whether or not such processes are even possible, and how the theories behind cloning works (or doesn't work).

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