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Old 01-06-2013, 04:40 PM   #1608
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Originally Posted by atinybug View Post
That below absolute zero thing is way over my head, but I always thought temperature at the most basic level is how much a molecule moves when it has some energy. If it has no energy (absolute zero) then it doesn't move at all? How can something move less than not moving?
There is no such thing as absolute rest. Even at 0 Kelvin, you have quantum fluctuations, which is a direct consequence of the uncertainty principle.

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