https://physicsworld.com/a/strange-metals-become-even-stranger/ https://phys.org/news/2007-06-professor-theory-unparticle-physics.html This is a really great article on the recent discovery of a fundamentally new property of well known superconductors. I'm going to have research this, because I may be able to explain how superconductors work and the thermodynamics being similar to a black hole could be important for my work. This is likely it, an explanation for superconductivity, and I'm almost certain its not any explanation they expect. Surprises entail surprising consequences and, the more surprising, the more fundamental the insights, including the possible existence of "unparticles" of unknown properties. The article doesn't mention it, but recently researchers managed to achieve sub-absolute zero temperatures, that were actually infinite hot. Assuming that what does not exist defines what does, then extremes like existence and nonexistence, infinitely hot or cold, would express the limits of how far we can probe nature. The unparticles sound an awful lot like syntropy or a singularity, and I have often wondered if tests on superconductors might be the first experimental evidence for a theory of everything, simply because they've done a lot more of these kinds of cold temperature experiments in labs, because they are relatively cheap and take up limited space. Academics are always pressed for space.