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    Effects gravity have on Superconductors

    Ok, but even being a very small effect, wouldn't that cause the electrons to slowly lose their energy? Or, is the effect so small that it wouldn't be detectable unless measured over a long period of time?
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    Effects gravity have on Superconductors

    Here are some references I found in a few minutes on Google: http://www.springerlink.com/content/t748305756085302/ http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1983ZhETF..37..275K/ [Broken] I would assume your post is an attempt to be funny, but it's not. If I was an expert I wouldn't be posting questions...
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    Effects gravity have on Superconductors

    The electron pairs, acting as bosons, all fall to the lowest energy state, and can't get enough energy (under normal operating conditions), to make the quantum jump to the next energy level, hence as they move through the conductor they don't lose energy. That is, in a nutshell, my assumptions...
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