‘Describe something that you want to learn more.
A few days ago, I found a TED talk on superconductors, mainly on its effects of quantum locking. That is, superconductors lock strands of a magnetic field called fluxons that pass through it. This unique property of the superconductor allows it to be locked three-dimentionally in space be a magnetic field, and it is capable of carrying 70,000 times its own weight. Also, not only can it be suspended on the magnetic field, but it can hang below the magnetic field as well. And on a circular magnetic track, the superconductor moves without friction, except that with the air it moves through. Now superconductors that can work in higher temperature are invented, and its future use is unimaginable. In conclusion, If I had time, I would be much obliged to take a deeo look in unique features of quantum physics, especially quantum effects of superconductors.