Anyone know anything about this? I've heard that above a "hyperconduction threshhold" of charged particle density, particularly with electrons, the stream or sheet current magnetically locks, syncrotron radiative losses vanish and the stream exibits many of the properties of superconductivity like resistance to magnetic field changes etc. That sheet currents of electrons bound the surfaces of ball lightening and other magnetoplasmoid structures, containing large atmospheric pressure differentials etc. If this is true, How much current can hyperconducting electron beams carry? how much density of electrons can be achieved? How does the phenomina respond as particle energy increases? Could it be possible to store energy in these structures with electrons at relativistic velocities, possibly making even antimatter look puny in stored energy density terms?