Berkeley Supercomputer Modeling and Chinese Experimental Research Says LK99 Variant Superconductors are BACK!

SinĂ©ad Griffin, a theoretical physicist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and other experimentalists at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab have reviewed the work from Chinese labs working on room temperature and near room temperature superconductors. The evidence is not yet conclusive but her intuition is that the room superconductivity claims will pan out. The Chinese …

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Figure CEO Reveals Real World AI Plans

Figure CEO, Brett Adcock, revealed their plans for real-world humanoid robots. There will be more details in a video coming tomorrow. Excited to share: Figure has entered into a commercial agreement with BMW 🤝 They hope to ship in 2024. Figure’s humanoid robots will automate difficult, unsafe, and tedious tasks throughout the manufacturing process. This …

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Korean News Video of the LK99 Talk – Seems to Show New Images and Video of Levitation and Other Material Work

There is a Korean news video of the recent LK99 talk by Sukbae Lee. There seems be video of more the LK99 experiments. UPDATE: Link to a good transcript/translation of the full 45 minute Seokbae Lee talk. Automated Translation of the Korean Transcript: There are errors in the Korean language transcript and more errors in …

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Korean LK99 Variant Superconductor Partial Update Highlights

Here are the highlights of Sukbae Lee’s (L in LK99, room temperature superconductor) private superconductor update. The class of room temperature and room pressure superconductors is real. He and other researchers have formed a corporation and the success of the company and its patents is the priority. IBM is the first company to start discussions. …

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Open Source Software and $7000 Robot Is Learning Household Tasks

University of Stanford researchers Zipeng Fu and his open source Mobile ALOHA’s hardware is very capable. Mobile ALOHA is teleoperated for now. It is low-cost open-source hardware and teleoperation system. They mount ALOHA to a mobile base designed for warehouses: Tracer AGV It can carry 100kg, move up to 1.6m/s, while costing only $7000. They …

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China Has Strong Experimental Evidence for Superconducting Meissner Phase in LK99-like Copper Doped Lead Flourophosphate

China researchers have given new experimental evidence that finds superconducting from LK99 powders. Copper-doped lead fluorophosphate (CSLA) was claimed by Lee et al. to exhibit superconducting properties at room temperature and atmospheric pressure. This surprising discovery generated great interest in the superconducting mechanism of this material in the scientific community. However, since only powder samples …

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Progress to Living Molecular Cell Repair Organoids That Could Fix Neurons, Nerves and the Spinal Cord

Researchers have now taken a step toward that vision of molecular systems that repair cells inside the human body. Molecular repair built from a patient’s own cells will eventually ferret out cancer, repair injured tissue, and even remove plaque from blood vessels. They have gotten tracheal cells to form coordinated groups called organoids that can …

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UK Launches Major Quantum Computing Strategies and Goals

The UK has announced five major quantum computing missions. The UK Quantum Computing Missions Mission 1 By 2035, there will be accessible, UK-based quantum computers capable of running 1 trillion operations and supporting applications that provide benefits well in excess of classical supercomputers across key sectors of the economy. Mission 2 By 2035, the UK …

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Start of the Fully Fault Tolerant Age of Quantum Computers

Without full fault tolerance in quantum computers we will never practically get past 100 qubits but full fault tolerance will eventually open up the possibility of billions of qubits and beyond. In a Wright Brothers Kittyhawk moment for Quantum Computing, a fully fault-tolerant algorithm was executed on real qubits. They were only three qubits but …

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All in Podcast Friedberg is Hopeful that LK99 is Real and Opening the Path to Global Transformation

David Friedberg of the All-in-Podcast is hopeful that LK99 is real and can lead to industrial scale commercial room temperature superconductors. Friedberg estimates that 70% of the energy we produce is lost to heat and friction. However, computer chips and networking without heat problems can mean computers that are 100 to 200 times faster. The …

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