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Re: Re:high Temp!

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Posted by Michael Libbie on February 27, 2001 06:54:55 UTC

one of the posts(wasnt me) said that 0 kelvin is possible in BH. since temp is relative to motion of particles then i would think that the gravitational pull of a black hole would in some place hold matter so close together that it could be considered close to 0 kelvin but not quit zero. these are assumptions of mine remind you, not answers.

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