Zero resistance in wiring seems to be the technology in the future. Any resistance in the transmission wiring acts like loads so it's like the current wastes itself on the resistances in the wiring and heat that occurs. So lossless wiring seems to be the ultimate goal. In Large Hadron Collider, is the Superconductors in the wiring purpose is to transmit lossless power or is it mainly to get Meissner effect in influencing the particle paths? And what is the latest in High temperature superconductors.. have they figured out the secrets already? Does it involve new physics or just a 1 in million right combinations of alloys? What power systems in the world use superconductors for lossless transmission.. any in Japan? Lastly, does it mean zero resistance wires (can only superconductors do this?) never get hot from the current?