Hijacker wrote:We've been covering ideal gas law and the laws of thermodynamics in physics the past few weeks, so the timing on this article seems serendipitous. Good read though. I really do hope they manage to get below 3*K just for the sheer joy of having done it.
3*K is easy! That has been done for many decades now ...
It is the pico-Kelvin degrees near Absolute Zero that is absolutely fascinating in this article. If they get that close to Absolute Zero, then matter starts behaving very strangely indeed and it would be interesting to see what is the outcome of the experiment.