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The origin of the matter is from the environment of t0K.



 
 
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Old January 2nd 15, 02:58 AM
JAAKKO KURHI JAAKKO KURHI is offline
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Default The origin of the matter is from the environment of t0K.

The matter at absolute zero temperature stage is far before it gets into molecule stage, and before atoms and any known subatomic particles have evolved. That is because the temperature of the matter is the result of physical action or chemical reaction, therefore, the temperature began to rise when subatomic particles are assembled into a bundle of an atomic nucleus. Thus, the true absolute zero temperature (t0K) is an environment of massbits in plasma like substance, from which the space vacuum is made of. Read more........ www.mass-bit.com

Jaakko Kurhi
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