Maximum temperature? (2)

1 Name: Farnsworth : 2012-08-17 07:55 ID:CKV4NDWM

Given that the the temperature of a mass of atoms and their constituent parts is defined as how fast said atoms and parts are vibrating and that at zero Kelvin the vibrations stop and the atoms and parts are motionless, then assume that the said atoms and parts may not vibrate faster than the speed of light then would that not place an upper limit on the maximum temperature any mass may achieve just as zero Kelvin is the lower limit?

2 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2012-08-17 22:43 ID:SDqCpQVq

Temperature is proportional to mass.
You're welcome.

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