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[OT] Negative absolute temperature (Re: infinite messages from acpitz0) (Michael van Elst) writes:

> (Paul Goyette) writes:
>>Very suspicious!   :)  Especially since the value is several hundred 
>>degrees below absolute zero!
> That's the negative energy you need to generate warp fields.

Contrary to your expectations negative absolute temperature does exist.
But it isn't "damn cold", it is "damn hot" instead so that you don't
reach it by cooling (cf. the third law of thermodynamics, you have to
pass infinite temperatures instead). You can start further reading at


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