deltaland Ohio State Fan Member since Mar 2011 26823 posts
re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot(Posted by deltaland on 1/4/13 at 9:10 pm to Scruffy)
Simply there is a temperature scale that makes a cycle...such as a circle, rather than it being in two opposite directions.
So once it gets to the coldest point, it just starts heating up again. Since absolute zero allows for no molecular motion, then only way to go is up. They start moving, energy is created, heat is produced.
I have only one comment, this violates every concept of physics so perhaps this article is the same as the one about cold fusion. Lies heaped on lies, covered in lies with more lies spooned on for a sauce. If you dig into the science all they did was minimize the movement of atoms which hardly raises any ne#$%$ive temperature, it simpley gets the atoms closer to zero.
I mean, If you look up the concept, the writer of this article seems to have been on pot or some other illegal substance. the paper describes what they claim to have done, make a lattice of Bosons and than limit the interactions between them. That does not seem to make any negative temperatures. So it is a bit preachy to go on about 110 percent engines.
Yeah, I just copied two comments from the link I posted. I have no clue about this stuff.