Absolute Zero

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This two-section exploratory investigator story recounts the narrative of an amazing gathering of pioneers who needed to achieve a definitive great: supreme zero, a spot so icy that the physical world as we know it doesn't exist, power streams without safety, liquids resist gravity and the rate of light can be decreased to 38 miles every hour.

Every film emphasizes a bizarre cast of capricious characters, including: Clarence Birds Eye; Frederic 'Ice King' Tudor, who established a domain gathering ice; and James Dewar, who very nearly made himself insane by attempting to condense hydrogen.

Total zero turned into the Holy Grail of temperature physicists and is viewed as the portal to numerous new advancements, for example, nano-development, neurological systems and quantum figuring. The conceivable outcomes, it appears, are boundless.

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