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Scruffy
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
I have a question.

If you get below absolute zero and it starts to get hotter, what happens if you start heating the thing?

Does it get even hotter or colder?

I don't know what is what anymore!

Sir Drinksalot
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
It's like we r dum and scientists r smart!!!
I give up!!!!

The north pole has a beach and needs a sandals!!!

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deltaland
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
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.

frick I dunno

When in Rome
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
Wait wat

This is crazy

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Art Vandelay
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
At this point they are just making shite up. Who's going to,sit there and argue

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Siderophore
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
Temperature is a measurement of the kinetic energy of molecules.

Absolute zero is when it is cold enough there is no motion.

So when you have less than no motion, you have infinite motion?

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deltaland
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
I think this is some scientists coming up with bull shite so they can renew their grant money.

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Siderophore
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
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I don't know what is what anymore!

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deltaland
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
But yet, science is right and religion is just preposterous

WG_Dawg
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
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I do science with ultracold atoms (millikelvin temperatures)

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Georgia Tech fan

Stereotypes exist for a reason..

although that is pretty damn badass and I'm jealous I'll never do anything that cool or productive.

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noonan
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
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.

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Siderophore
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
To be fair, the quoted part is the worst part of the article to take out of context.

Actually reading it....I do know enough about quantum mechanics to have a clue at what they are getting that.

I may need to read it a few more times before I can claim to understand it though.

Siderophore
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
I guess the biggest "problem" is what the fallout of this is the apparent breaking of laws of physics.

Mainly the Law of conservation of energy.

Will lead to a lot of scientists doing this:

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ThePoo
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
So if its a cycle, that means an object can get so hot that eventually it becomes the coldest fricking thing known to man?

noonan
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
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So if its a cycle, that means an object can get so hot that eventually it becomes the coldest fricking thing known to man?

Yup, and we will call that temperature

Absolute Zero

:mindblown:

How will scientists explain that?

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beaver
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
is this like Icy Hot?

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LSUAlum2001
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MAYBE...if u get above "absolute hot as shit" it turns back to cold.

So.. It's snowing in hell?

Does this mean "Snowballs chance in hell" is actually 100%?

foshizzle
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
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Physicists trolling us hard

More than likely this.

Sounds like someone got a grant to look at something and this was the best he could come up with.

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noonan
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
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So.. It's snowing in hell?

Does this mean "Snowballs chance in hell" is actually 100%?

They made this discovery in February of 2010?

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Sir Drinksalot
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re: Temperature below Absolute Zero is Infinitely Hot
Snowballs in hell melt and turn into hell and vice versa.

maybe???

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