The Hottest Temperature Ever Observed, the Temperature of Gold Particulate Colliding, the Highest Possible Temperature, and the Reason the Universe Has a Maximum Temperature

The hottest temperature ever measured and/or observed is within the Large Hadron Collider. When gold particles are smashed together, for a split second the temperature reaches 7.2 trillion degrees Fahrenheit (4 trillion degrees Celsius) which is hotter than a supernova explosion. Contemporary models of physical cosmology postulate that the highest possible temperature is the Planck temperature, which has a value of 1.416785(71)×1032 kelvin. Temperatures above this are impossible because, particl...


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