Hy! I made a bet with a friend. He said that at absolute zero, there is no movement so a conductor becomes an insulator (remember, it's about conductors, not semi-conductors). I say the exact opposite: because at temperatures near absolute zero a conductor becomes a super-conductor there is no logic that at 0 K things should be any different. So, which is it, is there no conductivity or super-conductivity. The really annoying part is that the net is very vague about this and they only discuss about temperatures NEAR absolute zero. That's why it's sooo hard. Please help. Thanks !