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Room-temperature superconductors could zap us into the future

Superconductors convey powerful currents and intense magnetic fields. But right now, they can only be built at searing temperatures and crushing pressures. In the future, wires might cross underneath oceans to effortlessly deliver electricity from one continent to another. Those cables would carry … Source
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