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Well then, you gave us the equation to calculate the luminosity of an object. The equation is important, expecially in this case, but it isn't enough to understand the limit of luminosity since the maximum temperature that an object can assume (stars, quasars, blazars, something undiscovered yet) is unknown...I thought I had already answered it in #13, no?
Well, just like Einstein set the limits of speed, Planck set the limits of heat. It's called Planck temperature, it's 10-to-the-power-32 Kelvin.We can't actually know the limits of temperature, but only the highest ridge ever meansured.
Yes.Anything 'highest' will be driven by entropy to a lower lever.
Soooo...there is actually a maximum level!