I've thought of this before but today my friend asked me if there was an absolute highest tempreture, it got me thinking...
As a material heats up it's particles start moving faster.
As it cools down they move slower- once they stop the temprature is called absolute zero- about 273degree's.
What happens when you heat somthing up so that the particles are wizzing around at the speed of light? That must be the highest temprature right?
Would there be any realtivistic effects on the material at that temprature...? What would that temprature be..?