Assume a current carrying superconductive wire is in front of me, with no voltage source attached.
If I hold it, will I get a shock? Forget for a minute that the superconducting wire will be too cold to touch.
My initial instinct was a maybe, for a second but ultimately no. As a normal shock occurs because of the potential difference around the wire (as the immediate electric field due to surface charges will cause a current to flow through my body). However without an emf to regain those surface charges, the current would stop as there is no emf?