Casimir Effect may explain High Temperature Superconductivity

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Er.. no it doesn't. The energy scale calculation is VERY rough. Just look at how the CuO planes are approximated.

Again, when something this "far out" are on ArXiv, we need to show a bit of restraint in "advertising" such a thing. Let's wait and see if it gets published first. There have been way too many "red herrings" as far as high-Tc superconductors go.

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That's why I included the word "may" :smile:
 
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I'm skeptical even with the "may" part.

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