CountZero (
Tue, 31 Aug 1999 10:36:05 -0400

Which brings up a point I've been unhappy about for a _long_ time.

We don't have a shortage of energy, one way or another we can generate/capture enough for most purposes that are currently relevant, the problem is lack of a sufficiently energy dense storage media (btw, the jet pack of the '60s used H2O2).

If my understanding of super conductivity is correct, a super conducting coil should be able to store an arbitrarily large amount of energy. Is this correct?