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Friday, August 23, 2013

Temperature & Life

In our Universe, the temperature of matter goes up to billions of degrees hot, while it only goes down to a few hundred degree cold before reaching absolute zero where all matter is immovably constant.

Thus, for human life to exist so near the lower threshold whereas intuitively it would make more sense for life to develop in the median range of a few hundred million degrees celsius, is quite interesting.

One would expect the most abundant life form to thrive in hundreds of millions of degrees, there being such a wealth of such regions.

Ergo, maybe there are civilizations which exist in such states and for whom our planet could be unbearably kalt.

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