Note, that I'm just asking for opinion. I do not fully know everything about everything - I am still in school and I am yet to develop the never-ending knowledge that you guys on here posses. Would super-conducting of space itself create electromagnet fields? Space in the context is being referred to as before the "big-bang". Considering there was no sun at the time, the temperature would have been cold enough. Secondly, if the big-bang theory was actually real. Then could the magnetic fields, gravity, etc be created through the use of super-conductivity? Noting that super-conductivity can also be caused through extreme temperatures - the first millions of years being 18 times hotter than the sun.