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298K Superconductivity where are you?

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Old 08-18-2003, 08:59 PM
G. R. L. Cowan
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Richard Saam wrote:

The implied solution if we had that would be --
lay some cable. But that will work with what we have:
ambient-temperature aluminum.

I of course like nuclear production of fuel,
which trucks itself with very little loss,
and to places that aren't, and if the fuel is good enough
need never be, on any grid of wires or pipes.

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