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In its superconducting phase, it'll have exactly the same effect on magnetic fields as any other superconducting object like the Meissner-effect. It won't affect gravity other than by its mass - because electricity and gravity are separate things.


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I previously believed that the reason positive and negative charges don't constantly attract until they collapse is due to an repulsive strong force at small distances. This is wrong. The reason that quantum mechanics was discovered/invented was due to the fact the atoms existed, electrons and protons made hydrogen atoms with specific spectra, and ...



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