Lograh (lograh) wrote,


This article talks about a physicist who theorizes that superconductors can "change" electricity into gravity. It's a bit involved, and links to the actual paper this guy published (which I didn't even bother trying to read), but it seems that he thinks if you take some electrons and polarize them properly, then shoot them at a superconductor, you will get a reflected gravity wave as a result. Conversely, if a gravity wave hits a superconductor, he thinks there should be a resultant electric charge generated. He'll be testing his theory shortly so we shouldn't have to wait long to find out if he's right or not.
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