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Re: A kinda? new discovery and coiler in northern ca.
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Original poster: "Mike" <mike.marcum@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
I wouldn't call 40 kelvin's warm. That's around -233C, colder than liquid
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Subject: A kinda? new discovery and coiler in northern ca.
Original poster: lystrash2@xxxxxxxxxxx
First off I was wondering if you guys have heard anything about them
finding a superconducter that works at relativly warm temperatures (40
kelvin I think) for those of you who dont understand the significance of
that (doubt theres many of you on this kind of listing) you should be able
to run as much electricity as you want through something with zero
resistance or heat energy.. I dont know how this would be significant to
telsa coils because honestly I dont have a clue about how they really work
being the kind of person who learns best doing with their hands (though I
am pretty smart and good at physics) and am seein if there is anyone in
the Sacramento/amador county (USA) area interested in helping me out.
E-mail me back at koontar at comcast . net
By the way I read about the superconductor in a new scientific american
and it is made out of magnesium diboride.