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 1.41678571 × 1032 kelvins or 2,556 x 10 ^28 degrees Fahrenheit or 1,420 x 10^30 degrees Celsius. It is the opposite of Absolute zero which is -273.15°C on the Celsius scale or 0 K on the Kelvin scale. When something reaches this temperature, normal physics completely changes.