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Can Planck's temperature ever be reached?

Can Planck's temperature ever be reached?

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SAHIL
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5 years ago
In the Planck temperature scale, 0 is absolute zero, 1 is the Planck temperature, and every other temperature is a decimal of it. This maximum temperature is believed to be 1.416833(85) x 1032 Kelvin degrees, and at temperatures above it, the laws of physics just cease to exist.
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