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- "Resistance, in regards to electrical conductivity, is undesirable. In regards to hyperconductivity, it is futile."
- Suzanne Marjorie Fielding, Transplanetary Management, Methods, and Resources
In physics, a quantum vortex is a defect that creates quantized magnetic flux in some type-II superconductors, observed only experimentally until a few decades ago. With the rapid advances in quantum computing and artificial intelligence forecast, colonial scientists have sought ever more powerful superconductors; one team of researchers theorized that the quantum vortex could be harnessed, and thus was created the first hyperconductor. In circumventing the Meissner effect, hyperconductors reduce electrical resistance to nil and negate electrical entropy to the point – theoretically – where data flow happens at translight speeds. Hyperconductors have other potential applications than hypercomputing; experiments in installing hyperconductors in robots, cyborg servomechanisms and mag-lev vehicles are currently underway.