Re Electromagnetic Heresy
- A caveat.
Bearden's name is mentioned so question the text.
Might find some wheat in the chaff. A broken clock is right twice a day.
Again Jerry's answer was startling: Under the right conditions, temperature
was not a factor; a properly designed conductor would superconduct at room
temperature. Why? Electrical resistance results from competition between two
energies: electricity and a second energy. A bi-metallic conductor solves
the problem. With a copper sheath encasing a core of bismuth, which is a
powerful diamagnetic, the second energy migrates to the core, leaving the
copper clear for the electrons. The magnetic field forms a standing wave
outside of the conductor (the Meissner effect).
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