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Cooling helium down to 2 Kelvin creates a superfluid, a special type of fluid that exhibits some bizarre properties. Superfluids have zero viscosity, meaning that they are frictionless, and infinite thermal conductivity, which means that any temperature changes are immediate throughout the fluid.

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