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    Forum Sophomore numb3rs's Avatar
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    isent heat depended on matter? well in a perfict vacume such as space were theres no particals for great distances aprt. then wouldent space be absolute 0? insted of -270F :?


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    without matter theres no energy right?


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    matter is the carrier of energy. you cannot mesure space.

    -273.15C is the lowest temperature, but Celsius bases on the freezing point of water and not absolute zero.


    space isn't a perfect vacuum, about every meter there are atoms, and there's heatradiation too. What you want to achive is hard, you would need a container, very big, and somehow pump all atoms out of it. Once the heat radiation vanishes, then you will have a perfect vacuum.

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    Heat is caused by friction. If nothing was casuing friction it means nothing is moving, if nothing is moving there is no way to measure time.

    Photons, radiation, other moving particles hitting matter causes friction, producing heat.
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