How Superconducting Materials and Magnets Work to Achieve Anti Gravity

Usually, superconductivity is quite difficult to achieve in the laboratory – it is quite expensive. But about 20 years ago, there was a revolution, when it was discovered that certain ceramics like yttrium, barium, copper oxide, here, becomes superconducting when exposed to ordinary liquid nitrogen – liquid nitrogen costs as much as ordinary milk!

Superconducting Materials and Magnets Work to Achieve Anti Gravity

How To Achieve Superconductivity on Magnets

By cooling the ceramic to minus 200 degrees centigrade, I’m effectively creating a new state of matter. The new material loses all its electrical resistance and becomes superconducting, able to induce powerful magnetic fields.
Placing a magnet directly on top of the superconducting ceramic. Polarity has to be just right, and It will float. This is the Meissner Effect. The presence of the magnet on top induces a secondary magnetic field within the superconductor. And the two magnetic fields repel each other, giving you the illusion of anti-gravity. Notice that this thing is spinning without any friction whatsoever. Scientists hope to raise the temperature of the Meissner Effect to avoid having to cool the ceramic.

The Meissner effect is the expulsion of a magnetic field from a superconductor during its transition to the superconducting state. The German physicists Walther Meissner and Robert Ochsenfeld discovered the phenomenon in 1933 by measuring the magnetic field distribution outside superconducting tin and lead samples.

Future Implementations of Magnetic Power

Imagine roads made out of superconductors at room temperature. Cars would hover right over the road without even touching it, without using any gasoline whatsoever.
Or imagine a belt made out of this material. You could then float in the air. You could then fly almost like Superman, floating on Magnetism.
So this is the realization of the ancient dream of floating against gravity, anti-gravity, using magnetism to counteract force of gravitation.
Now… This is Professor Michio Kaku saying these things, he is one of the most notable physicists in the world, and the evidence of using the magnetism power can be seen around the world in many places such as China where they just announced they are upgrading part of their Train systems to the new generation of Maglev, the magnetic hovering train…

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