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Partial Superconductivity concept

  1. Jul 22, 2004 #1
    Hey. I have a Superconductive idea. Man.

    Point Symmetry.

    If Symmetry point A, begins Point symmetry. Like a AB.

    And a reaction is the centre of the point symmetry.
    The Superconductivity could be the reaction. Either a Superconductive reaction(2A), or a Non-Superconductive reaction(2B).

    See. Since Superconductivity loses resistance. It could fit within the limits of point symmetry.

    Superconductivity is the loss of resistance to corresponding parts of congruent triangles formed by the 3A or 3B.

    Well. I would like some response good bad or ugly, via a reply on this message board. :rolleyes:
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2004
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