Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Absolute Hot: Is there an opposite to Absolute Zero?

Seems like an innocent enough question, right? Absolute zero is about minus 460 F. You can't get colder than that. The highest-temperature question gets to the heart of current inquiries and proposed theories in cosmology and theoretical physics. Indeed, scientists who work in these fields are zealously trying to answer that question.

I have written short personal excerpt here.

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