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Scientists activated the intrinsic ability of graphene to superconduct (carry an electrical current with no resistance). Before that, superconductivity in graphene has only been achieved by doping it with, or by placing it on, a superconducting material – a process which can compromise some of its other properties. But in the study (published on January), researchers at the University of Cambridge managed to activate the dormant potential for graphene to superconduct in its own right. This was achieved by coupling it with a material called praseodymium cerium copper oxide (PCCO). (1)

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DON'T know thyself!

Inherent capabilities.

Kept locked until someone finds the key…

Changing to become something else.

Only because you already are that something else…

There are materials which cannot superconduct. And yet they can change. To become something else. To superconduct. To do anything. But nothing can change into something that it is not. Because if it did, then that would simply show that it could be that something. And separating that something from what it is now is only a matter of time and conditions.

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Imaginary particles. Explaining tangible things...

Would you say water is not ice?

Would you say babies are not adults?

Alchemy is everywhere.

It used to be written in old dusty books.

Now all you have to do is open Google…

Unless water is not ice.

Unless babies are not adults.

Unless everything is different from each other every passing moment. That would mean that we do not die. (we are not the ones dead) That would mean that we are not us. (I change all the time) That would mean that the cosmos is not itself. (what constitutes the cosmos in an ever changing cosmos?)

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Innanimate matter? Well, something more than that...

Look at you. You were a baby. You are a baby.

Your mother is smiling.

Is everything more clear now?

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