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.
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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