It No Move

a: Absolute zero ~
b: a completely immobile state

What: "Absolute zero is like a completely immobile state. Molecules are, in a theoretical absolute zero enviornment, not moving at all. However, this is not possible. Scientists have been able to create a near-zero-K enviornment (as close as 1x10^18 degrees), but it is impossible, in space anywhere or synthetically, for absolute zero to be."

Writer: scherzo
Date: Nov 13 2012 6:47 PM

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