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Re: Nanokelvin?

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Posted by Michael Libbie on February 25, 2001 09:17:40 UTC

nothing special other than i was tought that it had never been achieved in a lab(0 kelvin). so how much of a kelvin is a nanokelvin?
and to gauldin(or anybody)- your reply is interesting, i was under the impression that black holes spin and are always gravitating matter in. is it in the singularity that 0 kelvin is theorized because matter is so densly packed. otherwise is seems matter is moving around qiut a bit inside a blck hole. where would matter not be moving?

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