Monday, December 29, 2014

Philosophy Wire: Temperature. Highest temperature. Temperatureless..

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2014-12-29]: The greatest temperature that can exist seems to be 1.42 x 1032 Kelvin (K)—according to the Standard Model of particle physics. In the first moments after the Big Bang, expansion occurred so rapidly that no particles could interact; the universe was essentially temperatureless. In the tiny slivers of a second that followed, Alexander says, ripples of spacetime may have begun to vibrate with matter and forced that matter into thermal equilibrium. since.[1]

We once were in "no interaction". Temperatureless.
Now we all have temperatures.
Now we all interact.
So as to reach an equilibrium.
So an not to interact...

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