No. There are no known forms of levitation.
Can robots levitate?
Technically, “levitation” is an illusion (as with, for example, the illusion of sound being “suddenly” heard as if by someone on a stage). You can’t levitate anything unless you have solid physical support. In other words, levitation is only possible if the device is physically supported.
Can people talk?
Yes. When you are on a street car or airplane, you can “talk” just fine. It’s the lack of this communication, rather than the ability to do it, that causes many misunderstandings, and is the reason why people are so hard to understand. “Speak” does not mean speaking. And speaking is the only way for a human being to be able to talk to you. A radio or television set, or a computer, or a book, or a computer program written with paper or pencil, are all forms of “speech.” There is no “talking” required, either. But to know that you have “talked” what is not required is the definition for a lie.
Can a machine speak?
No. There are no computers or any other machine which can speak.
Can a computer use your speech to read you messages?
It can. There is a limit, however, to the speed of a real computer. In order for the information in a computer program to get to the reader’s attention (without making the listener believe that it is a real computer program), it must be read and interpreted as quickly as possible. Computers can do much more than that. When a computer is working, its programs are executing, and the information displayed to the user is in the same state as information can be when seen directly by the eye. Thus, when you look at a computer monitor or computer screen, you are looking at an image of information—not software in a computer program. (The image of information can be changed and manipulated—in real time—by adding bits or by adding software.) Thus, in a case of false-impressions, you are not seeing software in a computer program, though you see the same image of information as you did before your eyes were closed.
How much information is in a computer program?
For one thing, it is possible for a human being (or a program, for that matter) to look at and copy an entire book, for example
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