In order to deliver toys to children all over the world in one night, Santa must have some pretty sophisticated technology up those big red sleeves. Never mind that one Scrooge's email that circulates every year claiming that it couldn't be done. Actually, according to The Truth About Santa: Wormholes, Robots, and What Really Happens on Christmas Eve by Popular Science contributing editor Gregory Mone,
"As anyone with a decent grasp of physics, biology, and materials science understands, Santa's advertised abilities are perfectly plausible. Yes, Santa is real, and this book will reveal, for the first time, how he completes his seemingly impossible annual mission. The simple answer? Technology. Santa has at his disposal some of the most advanced equipment, devices, materials, and means of transportation in this or any other universe."