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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    that video sure was a guy poking metal with a stick.

    so whats this mean for the morons in the house?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It is irrefutable evidence of flux pinning, a feature only found in Type II Superconductors. The linked time of the video is specifically showing how it pins into place (but is very weak obviously due to problems creating large samples) without touching the magnet. He shows a side view proving it. It has to be done sideways because the effect is so weak otherwise. The sample keeps its effect for the whole 30 minutes, so no one can argue that it was cooled. The big problem from here is to figure out how to manufacture it with extreme precision. This part I'm skeptical they can do any time soon, but given how much of a gamechanger it is compared to something like graphene (which still has purity production problems), the race will be even hotter.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        And what's the use case, having something pinned farther away so it can respond faster to movements on one end? I don't get it.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    soopercondooctivity is useless in regular computing.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Josephson junctions! Get ready for 16K 480Hz GAMING!!!!

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    This is the same group behind LK99, I’ll believe it when someone else can replicate the results

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      PCPOSOS is basically LK-99 with a slight sulfur impurity, something people had speculated was the special sauce for superconductivity. The original paper gave instructions to how they first synthesized it and found superconducting properties, not necessarily a good way to get it. The story goes that they found a cracked tube and by coincidence the right impurity got in and made some of this material. Since then they allegedly were trying to patent a way to isolate the superconducting bits by using a CVD method to make a coating that would have a much stronger effect. I think once one of the Chinese researchers figured out a sulfur impurity in the right way made it a lot more consistent to get specks of this stuff, the asiatics quickly came out with PCPOSOS which is the same exact thing. I think they had this from the start but withheld.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        so PCPOSOS is not made by the Korean dude who came up with it?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I'm pretty sure it is. LK-99 is actually a name for the material they discovered some 20 years ago by some material science PhD gramps in Korea, who then promptly died. It's his students that carried on the research to try and make more of and understand what they accidentally found that seemed like a room temp superconductor, but they didn't have the funds and couldn't raise it so progress was slow. That original thing was LK-99, but PCPOSOS, I suspect, is what they've "discovered" since, but withholding crucial information in their original paper. They only provided the original process of synthesis for when they were first trying to create the material, rather than later iterations where I strongly suspect PCPOSOS was it. I think progress is slow because they're being extremely secretive and defensive because they want to be trillionaires. And they aren't getting smoked by the CIA or whoever else because its insanely far from being commercially viable anyways. They can only get mere fractions of a millimeter if they're lucky, and its not clear how to make it more consistently, as western papers have identified.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            nice explanation anon, thanks!

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That’s fine and all, far as I’m aware there’s been no independent recreations. I’m hoping it is real, it’d be actually revolutionary and I’d be around for it, but I’m not optimistic.

        so PCPOSOS is not made by the Korean dude who came up with it?

        No, it’s the same Koreans, other anon was just implying the Chinese figured out Sulfur was a needed impurity, and now the Koreans are working on formalising it, or at least that’s how I understood it. PCPOSOS is from the same group that made LK99

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      At this point they're being so persistent that I'm almost inclined to believe they have something

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Their (the Korean people) position is that they do have something, the problem is that they can't figure out how to make enough of it, and in the right way. So it seems to be a one dimensional superconducting path where the crystal lattice structure creates a shrunken tunnel that creates extreme internal pressure that allows for perfect conduction (kind of like how current room temp superconductors need insane atmospheric pressure) without relying on extreme diamond anvils to create it. But the drawback for that is needing an exceedingly accurate and specific arrangement of atoms that makes even 2nm chip manufacturing a walk in the park. So they have to constantly make samples and roll the dice and hope they get a chunk with these super tunnels all in different orientations, some sparse, some densely packed. It's like RNG within RNG. But if you get enough long ones, enough of them aligned well enough, you can start to see some flux pinning. All demonstrations have been weak because it's that hard to find a sample, much less a big one.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I mean as long as it proves that RTSC is possible and encourages more research it's still good, I can hardly expect the first solution to be a good one.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I think the West is less interested in the material composition and more the theory. That is, a structure that creates extreme internal pressure.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    ok but when are they gonna make a 5x faster gpu with this?

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I built a superconductor in my den. It's honestly an overrated technology, pretty boring really.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      i bet u did, just like michio kaku built a particle accelerator in his garage kek

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      God that looks tasty asf

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