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Strange Universe With Bob Berman

Strange Universe 12/15/19

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Heat is simply the motion of atoms. At 98.6 degrees, all of your body’s atoms are moving at about 1,000 mph. Even the coldest place on earth, the Antarctic, where they measured -129 degrees Fahrenheit in 1983, still has plenty of atomic motion. We will speak about what happens when atoms do stop at -459.67 degrees, absolute zero.

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