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Will antigravity be commonplace in the year 2110?

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I read the new post about superconductors for the year 2110 and for me a kind of antigravity will become commonplace in this future. It is called magnetic propulsion/repulsion caused by the expulsion of magnetic fields from the superconductor.


But will be possible to exist floating/flying decorative objects and devices inside homes? What about flying robots and drones?


Will people be able to have solo flight using a bag or a suit that had the room temperature superconductors?


Notice that it still isn`t true antigravity which might be achieveable using femtotechnology(the manipulation of direct fields and particles). True antigravity might be commonplace by 2210 I think.




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Have you heard of the space hotel project to begin construction in 2025? A hotel with artificial gravity. It looks like more work is being done in the opposite direction. If we could create anti-gravity on Earth, it could help with some researches that only can be done now in a limited time suborbital flight or on the ISS.

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