Today in my physics class we got into a discussion about Absolute Zero and gravity. The argument was that if Absolute Zero was achieved, would it still be affected by gravity? Because gravity is a force and would make whatever that was at Absolute Zero move, but to have motion there would be resistance (friction, air resistance ect.) and that would make it not Absolute Zero. This is confusing to explain and hope you understand, but what I guess I'm asking is ... is it possiable to have something at Absolute Zero? and if so, can it be moved? and what if it is in deep space with near 0 gravity? Thanks for reading and any relpies!