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Why can't science explain temperatures beyond the Planck temperature?
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It is the maximum temperature that can be achieved by a particle moving with velocity equal that of
light. Current science never found out a particle moving more than that of light.So we are unaware of how they behave,how temperature they can achieve if such particle exit.Our current science world take the extreme velocity as speed of light.So how can one study beyond such temperature?

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