Is it possible for anything in the universe to have absolute zero velocity? I'm not talking about Zero Velocity in relation to another given entity/object/particle, but rather an absoute concept, akin to the speed of light, a kind of oposite to the speed limit. In other words, if the speed of light is the "maximum speed limit", is there a "minimum speed limit", even if the limit is inifitely small? Please talk into consideration that I do not know enough about quantum physics to be aware of the existence/non-existence of massless particles, but aside from such considerations, I figure that even if avsolute zero velocity is hypothetically possible, it cannot exist the known universe because everything else is moving and would have some kind of gravitational affect. This is all assuming that there is no distance at which the force of gravity is nil, such as an object unimaginably distant from the rest of the matter in the universe, an that in and of itself assumes an universe with <curvature, if I understand the term properly.