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Hi, not sure if this is the right forum but I was wondering if superconductivity could theoretically be accomplished somehow with the weak and strong forces and gravity just as it could be accomplished in the electromagnetic field. Would superconductivity of the strong force be the same as cold fusion or something? Would superconductivity of the weak force disintegrate atoms? Would superconductivity of the gravitational force allow for constant zero gravity, or are there limitations to this because of the bending of space? Since superconductivity is categorized by the meisner effect, would something similar happen to a gravitational superconducter, but the matter the be expelled from space itself and enter its own universe, perhaps some black hole phenomena would happen? Interested to know what you guys think of this.