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a fake #1188 New Physics #1308 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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perhaps 3rd experimental proof of Malus law superconductivity and BCS
a fake #1188 New Physics #1308 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Jan 30, 2013 12:54 AM
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Perhaps a 3rd experimental proof is already in. Notice in this
Wikipedia discussion of the vortices
that a superconductor can be taken to its transition temperature and
become superconductive, yet as the temperature is lowered even more
so, the resistance magically appears again, although a small
resistance and no longer zero resistance.

Now is that explainable in the Malus law theory of superconductivity?

>
> --- quoting Wikipedia ---
> In a class of superconductors known as type II superconductors,
> including all known high-temperature superconductors, an extremely
> small amount of resistivity appears at temperatures not too far below
> the nominal superconducting transition when an electric current is
> applied in conjunction with a strong magnetic field, which may be
> caused by the electric current. This is due to the motion of vortices
> in the electronic superfluid, which dissipates some of the energy
> carried by the current. If the current is sufficiently small, the
> vortices are stationary, and the resistivity vanishes. The resistance
> due to this effect is tiny compared with that of non-superconducting
> materials, but must be taken into account in sensitive experiments.
> However, as the temperature decreases far enough below the nominal
> superconducting transition, these vortices can become frozen into a
> disordered but stationary phase known as a "vortex glass". Below this
> vortex glass transition temperature, the resistance of the material
> becomes truly zero.
>
> --- end quoting Wikipedia on superconductivity ---
>


The Malus law theory can explain the state of "vortex glass", as being
a interference in the polarization of the atoms of the material. There
is only one angle in which all the photons go through in polarization
-- 0 degrees, so as the temperature reaches transition temperature we
have the 0 degree polarization. As we lower the temperature even more,
we interfer in the polarization angle and thus some photons are
blocked. As we lower the temperature more, we again align the
polarization to 0 degrees.

BCS theory offers no explanation.

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