Absolute hot

Absolute hot is a theoretical upper limit to the thermodynamic temperature scale, conceived as an opposite to absolute zero

Absolute hot is the hottest temperature that matter can reach. It is measured at 1.416784 × 1032 kelvins, 2.550297 x 1032 degrees fahrenheit (the difference between kelvins and celsius is insignificant at this temperature). It is the opposite of absolute zero (which is -273.15°C on the celsius scale, −459.67 degrees on the fahrenheit scale or 0K on the kelvin scale). When something reaches this temperature, normal physics completely changes. It is the highest possible temperature that matter can ever attain.