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A thin superconductor layer (~1Âµm thick) is coated on a sapphire wafer. Quantum physics tells us that the magnetic field penetrates into the
superconductor in the form of discrete flux tubes. The superconductor
strongly pins these tubes, causing it to float in midair.
Ah! The joys of shortsighted optimism & positive thinking.
Still, if it was not for high risk adventurism, with it majority of losers and losses, we'd be as backward & primitive as the homeland of my great-grand parents: China.
Wow thanks for the video. It still amazing how in the heck someone came up with that technology.
I think sapphire is still a great idea, and hopefully they'll get it right one day. Looks like a complete lack of communication on both sides to me.
Nice going Apple. You just made an entire company hate you. Keep it up.
Who cares! GTAT put all its eggs in one basket. NEXT. Predatory? Welcome to capitalism, life, survival of the fittest.