Atoms behavior in extreme cold .

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As atoms come close to absolute zero, their waveforms spread out. ... Near absolute zero, electrons "continue to whiz around" inside atoms, says quantum physicist Christopher Foot of the University of Oxford. Moreover, even at absolute zero, atoms would not be completely stationary.Apr 13, 2009

Why is that ?

You would think the opposite , the hotter the atom the more that the wave forms spread out . But it seems its not the case .
 
You would think the opposite , the hotter the atom the more that the wave forms spread out .
Next time you make this kind of statement, give your reasons for thinking that. Otherwise, it just looks like you're trying to suck people into responding to your nonsense, like a troll.

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I remind you that you are excluded from posting to our Science subforums precisely because you post nonsense statements and pseudoscience with no justification. If you continue to spam our other subforums with the same kind of nonsense, I will ban you completely from this forum. Just so we're clear.

You're been playing around like this for years now. Enough is enough.

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