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Subject: I have a question about absolute zero

Date: Wed Jan 15 22:42:05 2003
Posted by Meghan Blazer
Grade level: 4-6 School: St. Tomas More
City: Appleton State/Province: Wisconsin Country: USA
Area of science: Physics
ID: 1042688525.Ph

You know how scientist are trying to get to absolute zero? And how've they 
come to like a billionth of a degree to it? Well we are learning that in 
science class. I was wondering why do they want to get there? What happens if 
they do get there. What if they do get there and nothing happens, will they 
try harder to get there? Isn't it a waste of money if it will do no use to the 
enviroment? Don't you think they should use the money for something useful? 
Like educationing equipment to general biology, as in earth handy? Thank You! 

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