• merbear16
If you are able to see an object, how can you be sure that it is not at absolute zero?
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  • hunterj68
You can't ever be 100% about anything, but you can assume with a 99% certainty that it isn't because getting to absolute 0 would be like getting to the speed of light. It's an unattainable constant, you would have to constantly subtract an infinite amount of heat which isn't physically possible.
  • hunterj68
plus you can always just measure the temperature of the object

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