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Opposite of Absolute Zero? Absolute Hot?

  1. Dec 1, 2011 #1
    I've heard of something called Absolute Hot...the opposite of Absolute Zero (Absolute Cold). What happens at Absolute Hot?
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    When I read that article saying "If a particle is accelerated to a certain velocity near that of light, it gains enough mass to collapse into a black hole, making it impossible for observers to make statements about its velocity." I die a little inside.
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