I was thinking just a while ago... what is happening when a atoms are froze to absolute zero...
Here's my basic idea of what's happening...
As a particle moves in 3D space closer to the speed of light, it moves slower through time.
This to me points to there is an absolute velocity through space time that all particles are going all the time.
What happens when you reverse this and take all 3d movement away? I think that it must move faster in time.
This is what i think is happening with the super states of matter...
Basically where we think that if you reach light speed you would occupy every point in space at one time the reverse would could be said of if you reach the opposite... you would occupy all points in time at a single space.
further i think this would explain the properties such as super conductivity and viscosity... basically the fields that are naturally occurring are occurring faster and thus causing the levitation because that force in regular space-time would go by quick we don't notice it but because we are speeding that up we are getting a much stronger type of force.
like wise with super viscosity what could be happening is that the liquid seems to be moving, but it really isn't... it's at the same point, but every else has moved or something like that.
I dunno... just a thought ^.^