Share 'Probably lazy of me to ask here - but what happens to matter/energy at absolute zero?'
Warning: non-physicist in need of instruction asking a question out of deep ignorance that, very likely, has a simple answer.
It seems to me that if all movement ceases at absolute zero - doesn't that mean the energy isn't expressed? Isn't one key attribute of energy motion?
And if energy = 0 then, doesn't that mean that mass goes to zero too? And if there is no mass or energy - how is the info…
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