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Re: Cryogenically Frozen Rotors

How do you get to absolute zero?  You can't.  Close yes, but absolute zero is
a theoretical temperature at which all molecular motion stops.  Now im sure
there is a string theory physicist out there that may know differently.  I
think the moral is if someone claims to be chilling your rotors to absolute
zero they one, don't know what they are talking about and two, have know idea
why chilling a metal part would have any effect.

Virtual Bob wrote:

> > I saw a portion of a program once ( I might actually have it on tape
> > too) on Discovery about a company that freezes items down to absolute
> > zero and then warms them back up. According to the show, metal seems to
> > ...
> So how do you get things to absolute zero? Sounds weird to me.
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