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Subject:  Re: Room Temperature Superconductor Date:  2/28/2019  2:54 PM
Author:  DCWD40 Number:  2158 of 2165

Here is what I found out about the inventor:

I did a little research on the Navy engineer claiming room temperature superconducting. Here is a brief clip from the story I read:

Salvatore Cezar Pais is a US Navy researcher. Salvatore has three amazing patents that would be incredible breakthroughs in physics if they are true. The least extreme is a patent for Piezoelectricity-Induced Room Temperature Superconductor. The other two patents are gravity wave generator and inertial mass reduction.

If these could be realized as technologies then we are talking Star Trek level spaceships. The gravitational wave generator could be used for propellentless propulsion to near the speed of light. Being able to reduce inertia would also mean capabilities which currently seem beyond known physics.

The more likely situation is that these will not lead anywhere and are incorrect.

1. Piezoelectricity-Induced Room Temperature Superconductor (2019)
Patent US 20190058105A1


If These US Navy Patents are Made Then We Are in a Star Trek Technology World – NextBigFuture.com

W.D.
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