Resolves to the earliest date when the price graph of "Yes" shares in https://polymarket.com/event/is-the-room-temp-superconductor-real goes either strictly below 5% or strictly above 95% and remains as such for a continuous 1 week period. **The resolution is to the start of that 1 week period.**

Important note: the graph by default displays the price rounded, while this market resolves on the exact price.

**To show the exact price, click the settings on the polymarket graph (gear icon), and toggle "Decimals" on.**When enabled, it shows the exact price (e.g. 5.5%), whereas when disabled it shows the price rounded to the nearest integer (e.g. 6%). This question resolves based on the exact price shown with "Decimals" enabled. (Context: this is the mid price of the order book, i.e. the average of the best bid and ask prices.)

This question will use the date in Eastern Time

Polymarket displays the price in cents; % and cents mean the same thing here

This question resolves based on the price graph of "Yes" only

(Context: To the best of my knowledge, if you use the exact decimal price mentioned above, the Yes and No prices always add up to exactly 100%, so this doesn't really matter. But for simplicity, we will still refer only to the Yes price for resolution.)

Notes just for context:

The Arxiv preprint was published on July 22 and it became well known around July 25

The price being below 5% or above 95% generally implies

*greater*than 95% market confidence because of ROI considerations, since the market doesn't resolve until the end of the year.

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@PC Still wondering if anyone here was in the order books keeping this below 5% ( @Simon74fe?) :) If so, much appreciated

@PC I was in the order-book (and still am), but my orders were not big enough to keep it below 5.0 just by myself

@Joshua I think it's about us$1,000 at the moment. Needs a $2,500 buy to 5%, which you could sell at 3% for $1,500.

@Undox Proof:

> goes either strictly below 5% or strictly above 95% and remains as such for a continuous 1 week period. *The resolution is to the start of that 1 week period.**> **https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inequality_(mathematics)*

Please note: the graph by default displays the price rounded, while this market resolves on the exact price.

If you click the settings on the polymarket graph (gear icon), there is a toggle "Decimals". When enabled, it shows the exact price (e.g. 5.5%), whereas when disabled it shows the price rounded to the nearest integer (e.g. 6%). This question resolves based on the exact price shown with "Decimals" enabled.

@Undox Ah fair enough! I was wondering whether to bet MORE, "No", but based on this happy with the prob.