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Note that while we haven't observed anything even close, there is a theorized Absolute Hot along the lines of absolute zero. It'sIts theorized value is ~ $1.416 \cdot 10^{32}$ Kelvin. Above this temperature, it would be impossible to pump more energy into a system, even gravitationally.

That gives an upper bound on the maximum temperature we could measure.

Note that while we haven't observed anything even close there is a theorized Absolute Hot along the lines of absolute zero. It's theorized value is ~ $1.416 \cdot 10^{32}$ Kelvin. Above this temperature it would be impossible to pump more energy into a system, even gravitationally.

Note that while we haven't observed anything even close, there is a theorized Absolute Hot along the lines of absolute zero. Its theorized value is ~ $1.416 \cdot 10^{32}$ Kelvin. Above this temperature, it would be impossible to pump more energy into a system, even gravitationally.

That gives an upper bound on the maximum temperature we could measure.

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Note that while we haven't observed anything even close there is a theorized Absolute Hot along the lines of absolute zero. It's theorized value is ~ 1.416 * 10^32 kelvin$1.416 \cdot 10^{32}$ Kelvin. Above this temperature it would be impossible to pump more energy into a system, even gravitationally.

Note that while we haven't observed anything even close there is a theorized Absolute Hot along the lines of absolute zero. It's theorized value is ~ 1.416 * 10^32 kelvin. Above this temperature it would be impossible to pump more energy into a system even gravitationally.

Note that while we haven't observed anything even close there is a theorized Absolute Hot along the lines of absolute zero. It's theorized value is ~ $1.416 \cdot 10^{32}$ Kelvin. Above this temperature it would be impossible to pump more energy into a system, even gravitationally.

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Note that while we haven't observed anything even close there is a theorized Absolute Hot along the lines of absolute zero. It's theorized value is ~ 1.416 * 10^32 kelvin. Above this temperature it would be impossible to pump more energy into a system even gravitationally.