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(0:45) Superconducting hoverboard, not to be confused with maglev trains which work by magnetic repulsion rather than quantum trapping. First tests at Paris Diderot University.

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Guest: Jimbo Chester (2275 days ago)
What is the practical use and is it less or more superior to maglev..There seems to me that there are to many problems to overcome. The least is the energy required for supercooling.
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What is the practical use and is it less or more superior to maglev..There seems to me that there are to many problems to overcome. The least is the energy required for supercooling.
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Guest: xyz (2079 days ago)
Latest comment: Thats why there is a lot of research being done on creating superconducters which don't have to be supercooled
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