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When will room-temperature superconductors be feasible?


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There's a lot of things that can be done with this technology I hear. When do you think it will be achieved?



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http://en.wikipedia...._superconductor

 

Not anytime soon.


Edited by Matthew, 30 June 2013 - 06:00 AM.


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Ahh, so we'd need pico-tech to create a new material.



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Yea I think pico-technology would be required to synthesize perfect materials which is when room temperature super conductance will truely be feasible. But it's not that far off. Pico technology should be showing up in the late century, which sounds far away. But in the grand scheme of things 2013 to 2080 isn't that long when you 1) look at human history and 2) realize that people are going to be extending their lives very soon!


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