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 M Gregg 5th September 2012 05:17 PM

Absolute Hot..

Just thought,

I would post this for a laugh..

The question I came across was if there is Absolute Zero is there an opposite Absolute Hot..:eek: Never even thought about it..

Regards
M. Gregg

 ByronInPortland 5th September 2012 05:24 PM

No. Heat is a form on energy, so, while there is a lower limit on the amount of energy which can be present (zero) there is no upper limit.

 M Gregg 5th September 2012 06:24 PM

Thats what I thought until I saw this..

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:D

Regards
M. Gregg

 M Gregg 5th September 2012 07:35 PM

German physicist

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Regards
M. Gregg

 Tubelab_com 5th September 2012 08:30 PM

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 is there an opposite Absolute Hot..
Stick a thermometer in the sun and take a reading.....should be close enough!

 tvrgeek 5th September 2012 08:40 PM

Well, how about a practical limit? Has the temp at the instant of the big bang not been calculated? This would be the sum total of all the energy in the universe. That would be the limit for hot. Now a larger universe could have a higher hot, but that is a bit impractical to test as we are not there to test it.

(the sun is not very hot as hot goes.)

 Pano 5th September 2012 08:41 PM

You're closer, you live Dade county. You'll have to try it.

(I kid you not, I once heard on the U.F. radio station that the reason there is more skin cancer in Florida is because Florida is closer to the sun).

 Tubelab_com 5th September 2012 08:52 PM

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No, I left Miami 40 years ago. I am now in Broward which is about 30 miles further north and therefore further from the sun!

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 the sun is not very hot as hot goes
Yeah, I know but it was the only stupid thing I could think of at the moment. Supernova??? If so, which one? Big bang? Was there a bigger bang in a parallel universe somewhere?????

 M Gregg 6th September 2012 06:21 AM

string gas cosmology.

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Just for fun..

Regards
M. Gregg

 PeteMcK 6th September 2012 06:23 AM

Scientists Generate Unimaginable Heat in Lab Experiment | Fox News

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