If you think you've got a firm grasp on reality, obviously you're not a quantum physicist.
Recently, a new study by physicists in Australia revealed that quantum entanglement - a puzzling quantum physics phenomenon that Einstein himself called "spooky action at a distance" - also exists in respect to time.
I'll skip the technical explanation (not that I understand it anyhow), but the study posits an interesting idea:
... Olson and Ralph's teleportation provides a shortcut into the future. What they're saying is that it's possible to travel into the future without being present during the time in between.
That's a fascinating scenario that immediately raises many questions. One of the first that springs to mind is what advantage might we get from this process. Might it be possible, for example, to make short-lived particles live longer by teleporting them into the future?