are you saying that if the temperature of the universe were reduced
to almost 0 K there would be more motion than there is as we speak , or less motion?
I think your wrong unless your only saying that there is more motion predicted
than classical physics predicts.
so that the percentage of motion is not
.000000001 that classical physics predicts because quantum mechanics finds that it is
.000000002 vs today's motion of 1.000000000
either way the process of bringing mass to almost 0 K is by draining energy from mass.
which tells us that when mass is at almost 0 K , mass has less energy!
and therefore mass is lost because energy is lost. http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2003/cooling.html
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- MIT scientists have cooled a sodium gas to the lowest temperature ever recorded -- only half-a-billionth of a degree above absolute zero. The work, to be reported in the Sept. 12 issue of Science, bests the previous record by a factor of six, and is the first time that a gas was cooled below 1 nanokelvin (one-billionth of a degree).
At absolute zero (-273 degrees C or -460 degrees F), all atomic motion comes to a standstill since the cooling process has extracted all the particles' energy. By improving cooling methods, scientists have succeeded in getting closer and closer to absolute zero. At room temperature, atoms move at the speed of a jet airplane. At the new record-low temperature, atoms are a million times slower -- it takes them half a minute to move one inch.
slower = less kinetic energy!
you can try all you want to make me look as if I dont understand what we
are talking about here , that is your prerogative.
perhaps it is because we are approaching the piece of tape
that keeps your box closed.