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If the moon was made of ribs, would you eat it? It's a simple question!
"Everybody knows the moon is made of cheese..."-Wallace-So that's really an unnecessary question to think about, as the moon can't just change from cheese to pig fat just like that.
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Oh but it can. So anyone think absolute zero is reachable? Im going with yes..
Absolute zero as in Kelvin? I think it's theoretically possible, but it doesn't happen naturally, and I don't think we can make machines that can create temperatures that low artificially, because if activity on atomic level stops at zero kelvin, I think the cooling machine would stop way before that.
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Absolute zero as in Kelvin? I think it's theoretically possible, but it doesn't happen naturally, and I don't think we can make machines that can create temperatures that low artificially, because if activity on atomic level stops at zero kelvin, I think the cooling machine would stop way before that.
Yeah, I agree: 3 or 4K maybe, but not 0.EDIT: Eeek, I guess MIT got a lot closer:
In September 2003, MIT announced a record cold temperature of 450 pK, or 4.5 × 10-10 K in a Bose-Einstein condensate of sodium atoms. This was performed by Wolfgang Ketterle and colleagues at MIT.
http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Absolute_zero
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Whoa, you guys gathered a lot of info on space.I wonder when we'll actually be able to travel throughout the galaxies, or if we'll ever be able to.There's certainly life out there, sometimes I wonder if I want to know out there.-Ignorance is Bliss- :)

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Dunno, yeah it is alot. Would take alot of time to re-read all of this stuff X-D. I bet we will be able to travel through galaxies. I dont really like that quote you added. Not very good to say. But hey! Thats just me!!

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