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OK. But using the principle that yielded magnesium diboride, it must be possible, eventually, to use superconducting materials at room temperature of with minimum temperature.
There may be other materials even superior to Magnesium diboride and, given incremental increases in knolwdege of the mechanisms of superconductors, eventually may lead to a material capable of room temperature superconductivity. I think Magnesium diboride has two layers of electrons which travel in many Cooper pairs under superconductive conditions. It would certainly help the energy crisis with regard to fossil fuel energy surely.