Superconductivity And Electric Power.
I wrote a paper in 2010 for a few friends, and it covered semiconductivity. There was chatter on the net about how this could be achieved and I realized what was going on. A thought had flashed across my mind. I realized that superconductors work in a way that avoids the strictures of the magnetic force as is the case with electric power.
I’ll explain. The stuff we get in our power sockets – what we commonly call electricity, is actually a combination of the electric force and the magnetic force. It isn’t hard to miss this, if only that these are all invisible! It means that mainstream scientists didn’t notice this, if only that they weren’t interested and as is not uncommon with scientists, they have confused the issue.
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