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Re: Re: Nanokelvin?

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on February 25, 2001 15:30:35 UTC

I have no hard data to suggest that there would
be no molecular movement inside the sigularity
I was just speculating. But with all the absolutes
that go along with balckholes I thought it might
be a possibility.Although I will probably get
a least one response saying that there are no
molecules in a blackhole so the question is moot
but it seems to me that gravity is matter freindly
and vice-versa.Anyway for more info on 0`kelvin
have looked into superconductivity,I belive
when I was in the navy I heard of extremely
low temp.s being generated to keep the ultra
high freq. sattelitte system(the big shore sites)
good luck in your search

Later Edward

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