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Re: [curiosa] Re: Debian Centre of Mass



also sprach vdongen (on Sat, 07 Jul 2001 06:51:48PM +0200):
> minus 40 kelvin ....
> ok....at 0 K ....al motion stops.....so at -40 all parts are moving in 
> a negative direction, but they are still moving....at about the same 
> speed as +40 K.......so -40 K is warmer then 0 K

huh?
nonono, it is physically impossible for *anything* to go colder than
0K *because* all particles stop moving. kinetic energy (i.e.
temperature) doesn't care about the sign of the velocity (i.e. the
direction) since it's squared anyway.

martin;              (greetings from the heart of the sun.)
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